REVIEW: Out With Suzi Ruffell

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“It’s not just for the queer community, this is for anyone who has ever felt like an outsider” BY GRACE PRITCHARD Coronavirus has turned our day-to-day lives upside down and, at a time when many of us are feeling isolated and cut off from the world, it’s more important than ever to feel connected. Well, [….]

SCREEN: Five lez/bi directors you should probably know

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When you’re logging on for your next lockdown cinema session, keep these lez/bi creatives in mind… BY CHARLIE VOGELSANG. PHOTO BY LORENCE LOZANO Female directors are often side-lined by the movie industry with the focus falling instead on popular male directors. Since the Academy Awards began in 1929, only one woman has won the award [….]

THE BISEXUAL BIBLE: Chivalry is dead – in fact it’s extinct

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“Just like the rest of us, I am bored and horny. But you still won’t find me telling a perfect stranger that I want to ‘treat them like a porn star’” BY GEORGIA BUTLER We have all heard the saying that chivalry is dead. But have you ever stopped to wonder when it died? Was [….]

YOUTUBE: Five little-known queer YouTubers to follow right now

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Stuck inside? Invite the international lez/bi community into your queerantine, virtually BY CHARLIE VOGELSANG. PHOTO BY ANDREA PIACQUADIO It began as a humble video sharing site, but quickly grew into a site many of us visit every day. Crucially for the LGBTQI+ community, YouTube has so much amazing queer content (despite controversy over how LGBTQI+ [….]

THE BISEXUAL BIBLE: Enter the “control freakies”

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“What I didn’t realise was a total lack of external stimulation would give me far too much time to… think” BY GEORGIA BUTLER.IMAGE BY SAMANTHA GARROTE It has been three weeks since I saw a human face, in person, to whom I am not related. It has been two weeks since I wrote an article [….]

VIEWS: How Kristen Stewart became an unapologetic millennial icon

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“K-Stew’s grit and tenacity is something to be admired” BY EMMA KERSHAW. IMAGE BY J BAULD. Since her first major role in Panic Room in 2002 – a film in which she had to learn how to depict a seizure at the tender age of 11 – Kristen Stewart knew that she wanted to make [….]

VIEWS: “Drag Race isn’t just for gay men”

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One queer woman’s intimate relationship with RuPaul’s Drag Race BY ELEANOR NOYCE. IMAGE RUPAUL STARS IN NETFLIX’S AJ AND THE QUEEN 2020 “Before I watched drag race, I had a very one-dimensional view of drag: that it was merely a man dressing up as a woman. Oh, how wrong I was…” Confession: I identify as [….]