A while ago, when I was having a binge on all the lesbian fiction I could find in my local bookshop, I bought a little book titled The Miseducation of Cameron Post. It had good reviews and given that my choices were pretty slim I decided to buy it. I read it a while back, … More The Miseducation of Cameron post
Do we really still need pride? It’s a question that I’ve seen people ask here and there every now and again, usually by people who view pride just as an excuse for a load of gay people to have a party, get drunk, and hook up with strangers. I’m not going to lie, they do … More Do We Really Still Need Pride?
I’ve always loved to read. Ever since I was a little kid I could often be found curled up with my nose in a book. I would read anything I could get my hands on, and I’m not even exaggerating there, I remember being about 8 and reading
Most people who identify somewhere on the LGBT spectrum have had, or will have, a coming out story. Some are happy, some are sad, some are painful, some are funny, some are surprising. The point is, no matter what it is we all have one, regardless of how long or short it is. I have … More Over And Over And Over Again
Last weekend I was once again in Barcelona for a convention. When I first started going to conventions I said I’d just do the one and then that would be it, it would be a once in a lifetime experience and then I’d be done. The one that I went to last weekend was convention … More A Lot Of Love At Love Fan Fest
Representation in the media, and in particular for me personally LGBT representation, is a topic I’ve been pretty passionate about for many years. Even before I’d even accepted my own identity as a member of the LGBT community I was annoyed by the lack of LGBT stories there actually were. Now I’m sure I’ve been … More Does Representation Matter?