Lina Idrees touches upon the presence of hijras as important entities that challenge the legacy of coloniality as well as the conception that LGBTQIA+ acceptance is a mere Western trend
Oliver Leader de Saxe explores the concept of rainbow capitalism and whether corporations support is more than superficial.
Deepa Lalwani explains the harsh reality faced by LGBTQ+ people and the need for a truly intersectional politics.
Don’t you just hate it when you pop your clogs in the middle of your Derasha? We’ve all been there. Disobedience begins with a death of a Rabbi in the midst of said circumstances, but his daughter Ronit (portrayed by Rachel Weisz) is the locus. All jokes aside, director Sebastián Lelio captures her grief without […]
Sometimes you just need a film that’s perfectly pleasant. That’s not to say it can’t be bold in that demeanour, possess genuine stakes, or have something to say, but that within these, it still manages to come through with a sense of warm pride. Based on the book of the same name by Emily Damoir, […]
Love, Simon falls into two categories of film that are often disparaged by critics: it’s cheesy, and it’s about a high school romance. Cliché and populated with a cast of attractive twenty-something actors pretending to be relatable high school students, the film is exactly what you would expect of a typical rom-com and yet, the […]
This year, Asexual Awareness Week is 23-30th October, which for many Exeter University students happens to be Reading week, a week dedicated to Netflix, sleep and the essays that we’ve been putting off all term. For some people though, it’s a week of endless campaigning, a week of visibility and representation for an often overlooked […]