The Soul of the LGBTQ Movement is not Sponsored by Barclays, this Rotting Corpse Is

Twenty-seven years ago, Barbara Smith asked “​Where’s the Revolution?​”. We’re still waiting. Pride season 2020 has finished now and we desperately need some reflection on how to build an uncompromising movement capable of disrupting conservative social control and joining up struggles in increasingly anxious times. If we study how drastically mainstream Western queer politics has

Introducing: Bi Pandas

A member of the bisexual activist group writes on how they set up and why it’s important for bi people to build their own voice in an increasingly corporate and hostile climate. London Bi Pandas are a collective of bi+ activists, supporters and allies. As a community group we are trying to create spaces for

And Pride was a riot. Again

In my decades of activism I’ve watched – and resisted – as Pride parades in so many places have been gradually occupied. The military and the police with their institutional violence against queer communities. The banks and airlines deporting queer asylum seekers. The TERFS may have invaded Pride in London last summer (and erased the work

Canada: police and military to be banned from future events after protesters block Edmonton Pride Festival

Last Saturday Edmonton’s annual Pride Festival march was successfully blocked by protesters unhappy that  the police and military are allowed to join. The blockade, organized by a coalition of queer and trans people of colour and allies, lasted for more than half and hour after around 30 protesters formed a human chain at a road junction