For as long as I can remember, drag has been intertwined with queer culture, connected to the vaudeville theatre and … More
‘Young Monsters’ at Lychee One: a conversation with curator Marcelle Joseph on contemporary masculinities
The exhibition ‘Young Monsters ‘, on show at Lychee One until 26 October 2019, has been curated by London-based American independent … More
A conversation with ‘Queer Intentions’ author Amelia Abraham on Pride and same-sex marriage: what does assimilation of queer culture mean?
Nearly one year ago, I started my blog to discuss and question gender constructs, by focusing on heteronormativity and homonormativity … More
Decolonising narratives at ‘MundoLatinx’
‘The exhibition aims at challenging stereotypical narratives around Latin American identity, by deploying the gender-neutral term Latinx, which implies a … More
Gran Fury: Read My Lips at Auto Italia. An archive of the seminal AIDS activist art collective.
Interested in getting to grips with the history of LGBTQ+ community activism? Have you ever heard of the 1980s seminal … More
An encounter with London-based Madrid-born actor and performance artist Luis Amália: 2 For a Fiver and Las Rutinas Pervertidas.
Photo Courtesy: @Almudena Romero London-based Madrid-born actor and performance artist Luis Amália undertook his acting training at several institutions such as … More
StudioGrabDown presents Queer Friends at Dalston Superstore.
Johnny and Daniel. Courtesy of StudioGrabDown. Genesis of StudioGrabDown (courtesy of StudioGrabDown): In 2006 James Barnett and Poppy French met … More