Running up that hill: DIVA meet London Frontrunners

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Fancy pulling your trainers on for the Pride 10k this August? (Or coming along to cheer and be queer!) BY DANIELLE MUSTARDE. IMAGE SUSSEX SPORT PHOTOGRAPHY The first time I tried running? I truly hated it. You couldn’t have convinced me otherwise. No matter how hard I pushed myself, I couldn’t keep up with my [….]

FRINGE REVIEW: Henry Box Brown

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Mehr Mansuri’s musical is an unmissable true story destined for the West End, says Jennifer Kennedy BY JENNIFER KENNEDY Barbaric regimes forcing people into exile. Savage separation of parents and children by the rich and the powerful.  These are the themes in this stirring true story. Though it is based in the 1850s, sadly they [….]

FRINGE REVIEW: Two Hearts: The Comeback Tour

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Don’t miss this five-star hour of explosive joy BY JENNIFER KENNEDY Fringe Fatigue meant I almost never made it to see Two Hearts.  It was the eighth show of my day. Venue seats designed for Kylie-sized behinds meant my massive arse was killing me. Re-mortgaging my flat had been necessary to pay for the burger [….]

Allsorts of Thoughts: The new podcast made by LGBT+ people for LGBT+ people

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Looking for a new podcast? We’ve got you covered… BY SOPHIE GRIFFITHS Over the past year, young people from Allsorts Youth Project have been producing a podcast about what it’s like growing up and identifying as LGBTQI. It’s made by LGBT+ young people for LGBT+ young people and it’s about time us LGBTQI folk got [….]

K Stew has a new Vanity Fair cover and we are in love 😍

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In the brand new interview, Kristen Stewart chats films, relationships and paranormal experiences BY SOPHIE GRIFFITHS Kristen Stewart is Vanity Fair’s September cover star, bringing high levels of queer power to the Style issue. Not only that, the interview is a personal one, where she reveals lots about her fears and the progression of her [….]

#JestemLGBT: The Polish LGBTQI community fights back against homophobia

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“We are normal people who can be found everywhere, in the store, on the street, in the office” BY YAIZA CANOPOLI On 21 July, Białystok’s first ever Pride march was met with violent opposition. As reported by Amnesty International, people were kicked to the ground, rainbow flags were burned, and insults were shouted aggressively at [….]