It’s important to me that people feel the queer love and joy in my work. It’s important that people are able to see themselves in my work.
Of course, someday I’d love to stand up in front of a crowd and introduce myself as a lesbian.
Have we ever had a woman with a hairy pit on this show? One of the myriad ways this show bears no resemblance to my little queer bubble.
From trans sex to bisexual pride, here are our most read online pieces of 2022.
As I looked around, I realised we had in fact grown up to become the fairies we always dreamed of.
Every character has the exact same narrative arc of finding ‘The One’. No show is interesting if all the characters have the same narrative arc, even more so if the narrative arc is about ‘The One’.
If I had been forced to stay at my Christian school, I would have lived in secrecy, staying quiet during class discussions debating my life.
Being bisexual, just like being a blakfulla, became a solid constant of my identity. Unshakable and unquestionable by those outside of myself.
Welcome to my review of ‘The L Word: Generation Q’. Each week, I’ll go over the character arcs and pick out sections that suit my agenda.
Nowadays, there’s no doubt that you’ll see far more body diversity among jockstraps wearers in the queer community than you will in sport.
When I say that medical discrimination almost killed me, I’m thinking of one particular incident that happened nearly five years ago.
Welcome to my review of ‘The L Word: Generation Q’ Season 3. Each week, I’ll go over the characters’ narrative arcs and pick out sections that suit my agenda.
Sydney WorldPride is upon us, and we can’t wait! Here are Archer Magazine’s top picks for the queer celebration of all queer celebrations.
The owner of Sasha’s on Cook Street and two workers, Phoenix and Miami, talk about what Sasha’s has meant to them, and how their lives have been affected since the business flooded and was forced to close.
The L Word: Generation Q is BACK and so are our fabulous weekly reviews from Jess Ison.
Just about every live Madonna performance features gendered revenge themes. She overpowers men via kicking, hitting, shooting or fucking.
Even today, decades after September 11 kicked off the profiling of Middle Easterners in the Western world, I question if I have the ‘unsafe’ kind of brown skin.
Sometimes Mum asks why I don’t move back home. It’s because I’m queer. If the homophobia felt below the surface, so did the support.
Sex education can, and should, begin with our younger generation – with a national curriculum designed to overcome the embarrassment factor.
Poetry and storytelling have also allowed me to explore my own narrative and identity, giving me the opportunity to write myself into existence and create the trans-queer stories I never read when I was a kid.
Delsi Cat shares her top tips for cultivating bisexual pride and celebrating your bi+ identity.
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.