In this series we look at signs and symbols that are associated with parts of the LGBTQIA+ Community. The Labrys The Labrys is also known as the double-bladed axe, and is from the Minoan Crete civilisation – a civilisation that is often portrayed as matriarchal. Since then, however, it has been used in more recent times to represent… Continue reading Signs and symbols: lesbian
In this series we look at various heroes and advocates of the LGBTQIA family. In this article we focus on a woman who identifies as bisexual. Frida Kahlo “They thought I was a Surrealist, but I wasn’t. I never painted dreams. I painted my own reality.” Frida Kahlo was born in 1907, in Coyoacan Mexico. As a… Continue reading Frida Kahlo
By @pridematters1 There has been a few misunderstanding on the first kisses of the LGBTQIA community on British TV over the years. The first kiss was earlier than most people believe. It was actually in 1974. Above: It was thought the film was lost forever but in 2016 an enhanced copy was released. BBC’s policy… Continue reading First kiss!
Recently I got the opportunity to interview Remington. Could you tell me a little about yourself and how you identify yourself? My name is Remington, and I was born in October 1993. I am from the southern part of the United States, and I am a senior in college, graduating in December 2017. I identify… Continue reading Interview with Remington Miller an asexual.
One Subject is simular to our interview’s in many ways. We focus on one Subject matter and a group of people from one part of the LGBTQIA community answer it. However When we have a group big enough together we hold a forum with all who are taking part and discuss what subject they wish… Continue reading How and why does our One Subject series works!
By @ChrisQ_1 I live in a Scottish town, not a small one, but small enough that I wouldn’t feel comfortable holding hands walking down the street. That can be a strange thing to explain to someone, that in certain places, I don’t feel comfortable holding hands with my other half, and that one of those places… Continue reading My Kind Of Pride
By @dtpjustin Forty seven years ago, the LGBTQ+ Community joined together to form what has now evolved into Pride Month. One year after the 1969 Stonewall Riots in Greenwich Village – which is widely regarded as the start of the modern equality movement – our community took to the streets in New York City to march for… Continue reading Why there is no Straight Pride Month.