Cry Club are not interested in doing anything other than chasing joy. They refuse to limit themselves, or be reduced to one genre or box. It’s an inherently queer philosophy.
In lieu of governing bodies taking the cries of the most vulnerable in our society seriously, I believe it forces our hand.
Queerplatonic relationships shift the goalposts of what a relationship ought to be. Better yet, they tear down the game entirely.
Masses along the march route are happy to support the party, but often overlook the queer protest, the history and the violence.
For this month’s queer fashion files, we’re featuring the braided designs of Nathaniel Youkhana.
At every point, my gender, disabilities and material circumstances put me into situations where I was at constant risk of violence and abuse.
What a wild ride. Thanks for coming along for the journey with me. They better renew The Ultimatum: Queer Love or I’m rioting. I love gay people.
I’m not so naïve to overlook the dangers of swimming, but I feel connected to the water through my heritage, home and queerness.
Welcome to the recap of The Ultimatum: Queer Love episodes 5-8, where we learn that love is a lie, Lexi has a hot mum, the stereotype of lesbians saying “I love you” after 2.5 weeks exists for a reason, and some people don’t shoo their dog off the bed before having sex.
Four episodes drop at a time. I watched them all three glasses of boxed white wine deep, fresh from a devastating gay breakup and days after Taylor Swift surprise-dropped her saddest breakup song yet. Is this a good idea?
For this month’s queer fashion files, we’re featuring Liz Ham and her recent series for ‘Absolutely Queer’ (Powerhouse).
Welcome to my Archer queer film review! This month: is Imagine Me & You better than Better Than Chocolate, the infamous 90s lesbian film?
In this painful moment, I saw the beauty of my own culture like never before. This was the best way to celebrate my grandmother’s life, as she was the strongest and bravest woman I had ever known.
Trans identities and trans relationships are very rarely represented anywhere, and that makes it all the more empowering when we are united through something as simple as Eurovision.
In a world where the imagery of Pride has been dominated by white, gym-fit, able-bodied and muscular cis men, Progress Shark is a symbol for us all.
Welcome to Archer’s queer fashion files! This month, we’re featuring Chi Montmorency and their debut collection, ‘Made in Heaven’.
Uboa and Liturgy’s music acknowledges the trans rage of disempowerment, and how unleashing that rage can create a sense of self-affirmation.
When you are so used to seeing male bisexuality portrayed as an unnamed and nefarious feature of a character, or as being gay-in-disguise, it’s too easy not to see bisexuality as an actual real-life orientation.
In response to harmful representation, the New Queer Cinema Movement arose; giving a voice to queer identities in a politicised, gritty way.
The heart of this story is a karaoke booth in LA’s Koreatown where four queer Arabs are belting Queen at the top of our lungs.
Welcome to Archer Magazine #18: the INCARCERATION issue, out now.
Coming out here was tough, but that only tells half the struggles I’d faced as a queer woman in the American West.