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