10 Fabulous queer books by authors of colour

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Whether you’re looking for escapism, to feel seen or to learn about experiences outside of your own, there’s something for everyone on this list BY NIC CROSARA, IMAGE BY THOUGHT CATALOG I spent most of my life as a bookworm never reading books by authors or featuring characters who look or love like me. Little [….]

9 Brilliant onscreen moments for Black queer representation

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Not long ago, I wouldn’t have been able to put even one item on this list. I’m very pleased that things are changing BY NIC CROSARA, IMAGE BY ANDRES AYRTON Whilst queerness is still very much looked at through the lens of whiteness, I am pleased that there are shows that have Black LGBTQI characters [….]

Rosanny Zayas: “The L Word opened my eyes in terms of what love could look like”

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The Generation Q star speaks exclusively to DIVA in this revealing new interview INTERVIEW BY ROXY BOURDILLON, IMAGE BY SHOWTIME October’s cover star is the one and only Rosanny Zayas, who plays the charming Sophie in The L Word: Generation Q. The lovable actor opens up to DIVA’s new editor Roxy Bourdillon about the power [….]

Sex Education opened up dialogues at home: Here’s why that’s a good thing

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How the show sparks up conversations on everything from consent to gender identity BY ELLA DEVEREUX, IMAGE BY DAVE BENETT WIREIMAGE “What is a strap on? Can we actually use the word Queer now? What does pansexual mean?” Nobody likes talking about sex with their parents. Sex has historically been seen as private, something spoken [….]

5 Ways to self-love when navigating bisexuality

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Things you can do this week (and all year round) to nurture your bisexual soul BY NIC CROSARA, IMAGE BY KOOLSHOOTERS Let’s talk about self-love, baby. It’s by no means easy, and it is something that we will all struggle with at times. Below are some things that help me when I’m feeling low from [….]

Introducing Char Bailey, DIVA’s new features writer

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“I’m on a mission to keep DIVA representing all of us” BY CHAR BAILEY Hello Divas, As if I’m writing this. It seems all prior knowledge of how to use words is evading me and the taps on my keyboard have never sounded louder. My names Char Bailey, I’ve been a Diva fan forever and [….]