Queer as Mud - Sophie Sun
Queer as Mud

The most infamous tale of star-crossed lovers declares: “That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” And yet, in classic Shakespearean irony, it is the names of Capulet and Montague affixed to both the hero and heroine that predicate their deaths. Were it not for the attachment of their […]

4 April 2018
Marriage Equality by Nellie Seale
Marriage Equality: End Goal, Or Own Goal?

Andie Moore on why the advent of marriage equality risks bringing the queer rights movement to a halt.

2 March 2018
Is My Sexuality Made Of Memory?

A boy in a red t-shirt and high-waisted jeans stains my mind. My memories are haunted by Gordie Lachance – his dark eyelashes and silky hair, his faintly freckled skin. If you had asked me even a month ago, I would have told you that I didn’t have a gay childhood. I can’t describe a sense of ‘knowing’, I had no primary school sexual experiences and no childhood boy-crushes; I have no memory of being gay.

22 September 2017