Our first September Review comes from the Theatre section with Bethan Draycott reviewing the most recent run of the Oxford student play V-Card on at the Bread and Roses theatre Clapham.
Illustrations by Mia Clement Viktor Orban, Hungary’s far-right prime minister, announced that the government will hold a referendum on the recently instated ‘child protection’ laws. While broadly aimed at addressing paedophilia, the laws have been widely criticised within Hungary and beyond for banning the portrayal of LGBTQ+ people to children. The law has been condemned Read More…
Ellie Redpath describes her experience of growing up as a queer person at an all-girls school. Artwork by Em Perkins.
Ellee Su curates a playlist of queer anthems.
Ellee Su explores how sex education is failing young people.
Chris Jones reviews three films on show at the BFI Flare London LGBTIQ+ Film Festival.
Ellee Su writes about her own experiences of coming out, and how her attitude towards the process has changed.
Chris Jones’s insightful long-read review of Russell T. Davies’ recent TV series ‘It’s A Sin’.
Oxford University LGBTQ+ Society has issued a statement after a number of individuals hijacked a panel event with racist and homophobic slurs.
In this review, Katie Kirkpatrick tells us why this fast-paced, witty, and relatable drama is a welcome addition to the streaming service.