PODCAST – Election Decompression

On this bumper episode, Alyx, Ashleigh and Leigh talk about: EHRC Consultation – Draft Strategic Plan 2025 – 2028 | EHRC References: General Election Labour drops ban on ‘woke’ LGBT lanyards Kier Starmer Keir Starmer: Trans women don’t have right to use women’s spaces (thepinknews.com) Starmer accuses Sunak of using Continue Reading

First Ever Pride in Bishop Auckland Reminds Us Why Local Pride Matters (With Gallery)

Bishop Auckland held its first ever pride event the other week. Huzzah! Another rainbow flag stuck in the ground of the North East! A day and a half of festivities descended on the market town’s Bishop Auckland College, starting on the evening of June 21st as cabaret and drag performances Continue Reading

A Snag on the Way to Marriage Equality in Japan

Following WhatTheTrans’ earlier piece on same-sex marriage alternatives in Japan, a number of municipalities have either begun listing, or are considering listing, same-sex partners as common law spouses on locally maintained resident registries (details on this development can be read about in “In First, Gay Couple in Japan Wins Common Continue Reading

Paul B. Preciado – Orlando: My Political Biography is Collective Therapy for us

Paul. B Preciado (photographed above by Pierre et Gilles) is a philosopher, curator, writer and now director as his new film Orlando: My Political Biography has been receiving awards around the world and will be released in the UK from July 5th (trailer available here). His area of expertise is Continue Reading