In his regular column, footballing legend turned Twitter sensation Neville Southall takes on the biggest issues of our time. This week it's LGBTQ+ rights and transphobia.
We should call 'gay cure therapy' what is really is: an abusive and bigoted form of torture.
Filmmaker Konstantinos Menelaou explains how by relaunching The Queer Archive in Athens he hopes to catalyse queer arts and activism in Greece and beyond.
London-based photographer Theo McInnes meets a group of gay men who have been fighting the good fight since the year he was born – both on and off the pitch.
Photographer Anna Milokumova meets queer couples in Russia who exist and resist in a political landscape keen to see them fail.
Photographer Paola Paredes went undercover to document an alarming trend: the Ecuadorian rehab facilities that 'treat' gay people by brutal force.
David Hoyle has spent his life fighting power through honesty and openness, not pointless kindness. Now he's set to be immortalised in print.
By documenting LGBTI discrimination, Robin Hammond found himself turning from photographer to activist. Now, through a worldwide campaign, he’s using storytelling to expose oppression.
A spike in homophobic hate crime after Brexit might seem surprising, but James Butler argues this vote was always about clawing back society to a distant, oppressive past.
After being racially abused in the street, Vanessa Govinden had a frightening realisation: her band was about to tour a nation fraught with rising xenophobia. This is the story of how she overcame the panic.
When a heterosexual, male journalist headed to the Olympic village and downloaded Grindr - a gay hook-up app - for a story this week, he put the lives of athletes, and our community's security at risk.
Dizraeli & the Small Gods call for donations to get into the studio and promise to share proceeds with Stonewall.