Single Review: Noah Malcolm – If Not

Noah Malcolm is a indie folk/pop artist from Prince Edward Island, in Canada but is currently based in Toronto. Today, I will be reviewing ‘If Not, which was released on the 23rd October, and is the second single off their debut EP ‘On Time’.  ‘If Not’ opens with soft, acoustic guitars that blend perfectly with … Continue reading Single Review: Noah Malcolm – If Not

When My Blood Flows in the Street by Sonia Okereke

When my blood flows in the street                                                                                                  … Continue reading When My Blood Flows in the Street by Sonia Okereke

Unity League

So I just wanted to talk a little bit about Kilmarnock Unity League, full disclosure I am a member of the group, and I’m the secretary for the committee as well so my opinion may be biased but I happen to think that we are a hardworking, dedicated and supportive group for LGBT+ people. We … Continue reading Unity League

Single Review: Pragya Pallavi – Girls You Rule

Pragya Pallavi is a talented musician and singer/songwriter from Mumbai, India, who is classically trained as a Hindustani vocalist but whose music and influences cover a wide variety of music such as alternative rock, jazz, hip-hop and R&B. Pragya is a proud and outspoken member of the LGBT+ community, to whom she has dedicated her … Continue reading Single Review: Pragya Pallavi – Girls You Rule

Author Interview: Hal Duncan

First off, Tell me about yourself? Well, the homophobic hate mail labelled me "THE.... Sodomite Hal Duncan!!" (sic) and that seems as good an intro as any. I'm a queer writer, mostly known for science fiction and fantasy, but I do a fair bit of spoken word too, not exactly the shy and retiring type, … Continue reading Author Interview: Hal Duncan

LGBT Lives: Bisexuality Q&A with Anonymous

*The person in question wishes to remain anonymous Q: So are you/do you consider yourself to be bisexual? A: Yes I am. Q: And what does that mean? A: It means I like both genders. Q: What's the difference between bisexuality and pansexuality? A: Off the top of my head, I'm not sure. Q: How … Continue reading LGBT Lives: Bisexuality Q&A with Anonymous

LGBT Lives: Bisexuality Q&A with Chris Smith

Q: So are you/do you consider yourself to be bisexual? A: Yes Q: And what does that mean? A: I’ve had relationships with both men and women Q: What's the difference between bisexuality and pansexuality? A: I don’t think there’s much of a difference but there is a slight difference obviously, I see myself as … Continue reading LGBT Lives: Bisexuality Q&A with Chris Smith

LGBT Lives: Gay Q&A with Chris Hamill

Q: First off are you/do you consider yourself to be Gay? A: Yes, completely gay. Q: And what does that mean? A: I am attracted, sexually and romantically, to other men. Q: What was the process to discovering your sexuality? A: A general feeling of difference. While everyone else was chasing after lassies, I had … Continue reading LGBT Lives: Gay Q&A with Chris Hamill

LGBT Lives: Transgender Q&A with Jason Gallacher

Jason is currently crowdfunding for his top Surgery, you can donate to help fund his goal by following this link. Q: First off are you or do you consider yourself to be Transgender? A: I consider myself to be an average 23 year old man but if labels must be put in place, yes I … Continue reading LGBT Lives: Transgender Q&A with Jason Gallacher

LGBT Lives: Transgender Q&A with Emily Lucas

Q: First off are you or do you consider yourself to be Transgender? A: yes I am transgender. Q: So when did you know that you were transgender? And was is a gradual realisation or did you just always kinda know? A: I don't know exactly when I realised, I just know for as long … Continue reading LGBT Lives: Transgender Q&A with Emily Lucas

LGBT Lives: Gender Fluid Q&A with Abi Banner

Q: So first off do you consider yourself to be genderfluid? A: Yeah, I think that’s the best term to describe me. Q: And what does that mean to you? A: For me, it’s a whole complex thing but putting it into simple terms, I float between three gender identities; male, female and agender. Q: … Continue reading LGBT Lives: Gender Fluid Q&A with Abi Banner