Isabel Langguth explores the history of book banning and why it is still happening today.
Danni Darrah, print Lifestyle editor, reviews Natalie McGrath’s play The Beat of Our Hearts.
Alaia La emphasises the importance of Singapore’s Pink Dot event in a country where homosexuality remains criminalised.
Issy Murray breaks down the ballroom scene of the 1970s.
Page’s announcement nonetheless offers a glimmer of hope, particularly for the many trans people who feel invisible in mainstream culture
LGBT+ History Month: Undoing Homophobia in Sport Online Sport Editor, Elise Hamersley, takes a look at the role sport plays in LGBT+ History Month, and the work still needed to undo a culture of homophobia This February is LGBT+ history month, an annual observance of queer history and civil/gay rights movements. In the UK, this […]
Guild “work to widen debate” amidst second transphobia controversy The Debating Society’s inviting of controversial speakers Dr Joanna Williams and Baroness Claire Fox to a motion on the “Snowflake Generation” has attracted condemnation from students, whilst the Guild says they “work to widen debate and challenge, never to narrow it.” It comes just four months […]
Lucy Aylmer gives us a run-down of the history of gay rights in Northern Ireland after landmark same-sex marriage takes place in Belfast.
Exeposé speaks to Professor Tim Quine, Deputy Vice Chancellor Education, about racist vandalism and whether his recent comments disrespected Exeter’s transgender community. When speaking to Professor Tim Quine, the University of Exeter’s Deputy Vice Chancellor for Education and perhaps one of the most powerful figures in the institution, you appreciate his unfiltered honesty. Our interview […]
Callum Dinnett talks about Alan Turing, a World War II hero who was abandoned by his country, and is now receiving the credit he deserves.