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Album Review: Sam Smith – The Thrill Of It All

Four Grammys, three years and two BRIT awards after his debut, In the Lonely Hour, Sam Smith has triumphantly returned with his highly anticipated...

Album Review: Kelela – Take Me Apart

I first heard Kelela Mizanekristos’ brand of experimental R&B-infused electronica back in October 2013, when I downloaded her Cut 4 Me mixtape upon receiving...

LGBT+ artists to celebrate post-Pride Month

It’s been 50 years since homosexuality was partially decriminalised in the UK and, in the wake of Pride Month, there’s no better time than...

Glastonbury, ABBA and the Politically Engaged Youth: An Interview with Declan...

The night before I meet Declan McKenna, I am flicking through the music channels on television and spot ‘Wish You Were at Glasto’ on...

Exeter Pride

Once again Exeter Pride proved to be one of the most preeminent celebrations of love, diversity, and acceptance across the South West. On its...

Disney and Gay Cinema

Queer cinema has a long, rich heritage and now more than ever is the time to be showcasing the wide spectrum of sexualities that...

Choosing an identity for ourselves

LGBT students’ experience is mixed. On one hand, people who don’t identify with traditional genders and sexualities can nowadays be open without fear of...

Does anyone fancy a Solero? Is ice cream gay?

I never thought I’d be writing an article about how ice creams are gay, but a lot of awful things have happened this year,...

The Orlando Massacre: what you need to know

On 11 June, in a well-known gay club, on a Latinx night headlined by a transgender woman of colour, 49 people were murdered and...

Feminist Friday: the gendered language barrier

In the globalised, 21st century world, traditional language barriers have all but lost their significance and digital advancements have made communication easier than ever....