Courage and queerness: On learning bravery from each other Courage and queerness: On learning bravery from each other

Courage and queerness: On learning bravery from each other

Courage and queerness: On learning bravery from each other

I came out almost 40 years ago. Bearing witness to the courage of queer folk has been a constant and abiding feature of my life.

Courage and queerness: On learning bravery from each other

Courage and queerness: On learning bravery from each other

I came out almost 40 years ago. Bearing witness to the courage of queer folk has been a constant and abiding feature of my life.

Coming out as disabled Coming out as disabled

Coming out as disabled

Coming out as disabled

I’m repeatedly coming out as disabled so those around me know why I’m behaving a little differently, or why I’m not helping with the chairs.

Coming out as disabled

Coming out as disabled

I’m repeatedly coming out as disabled so those around me know why I’m behaving a little differently, or why I’m not helping with the chairs.

Dungeons & Dragons & sex: Using role play to ask for what I want Dungeons & Dragons & sex: Using role play to ask for what I want

Dungeons & Dragons & sex: Using role play to ask for what I want

Dungeons & Dragons & sex: Using role play to ask for what I want

After patiently listening to me whinge, my friend proposed a radical solution: use Dungeons & Dragons character building to ask for the sex I wanted.

Dungeons & Dragons & sex: Using role play to ask for what I want

Dungeons & Dragons & sex: Using role play to ask for what I want

After patiently listening to me whinge, my friend proposed a radical solution: use Dungeons & Dragons character building to ask for the sex I wanted.

Archer Magazine issue #19: the PLEASURE issue Archer Magazine issue #19: the PLEASURE issue

Archer Magazine issue #19: the PLEASURE issue

Archer Magazine issue #19: the PLEASURE issue

Archer celebrates its 10th birthday with the PLEASURE issue. In true Archer fashion, it’s not what you’d expect…

Archer Magazine issue #19: the PLEASURE issue

Archer Magazine issue #19: the PLEASURE issue

Archer celebrates its 10th birthday with the PLEASURE issue. In true Archer fashion, it’s not what you’d expect…

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Coming out as disabled

I’m repeatedly coming out as disabled so those around me know why I’m behaving a little differently, or why I’m not helping with the chairs.

If I don’t avoid everything French, it feels like I’m endorsing the country that causes my communities so much misery.

‘Foreground’ is a celebration of older trans and gender diverse people, who severely lack representation in the media.

“‘Potty Mouth, Potty Mouth’ unpacks what it is to be a ratbag by nature, to be a little grot, to live in a failing way.” Alex Creece chats with Rae White.

For this month’s Queer Fashion Files, we’re featuring Lexi Laphor’s fashion photography.

In rural places, safe spaces for queer people look different to those located in metropolitan areas.

It’s like we are refugees in our own country, on our own land. Hunted by coppers and racists alike, we remember how our ancestors must have felt as we live through it.

Archer Magazine #20: the RESISTANCE issue out 2024. Queer experience cannot be watered down into a single concept, but one thread that connects us all is resistance.

‘Overflow’ is a hilarious and devastating tour of women’s bathrooms, who is allowed in and who is kept out.

“The status of trash, the way it inhabits the alley, the gutter or the margins of society, is a site of interest for me.” Paul Yore chats with Alex Creece.

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