15+ LGBTQ+ Inclusive Fiction for Tweens, Teens and Young Adults (12+)

15+ LGBTQ+ Inclusive Fiction for Tweens, Teens and Young Adults (12+)

I’ve always enjoyed reading Teen Fiction, more so nowadays now that I’m in my thirties. As well as the fact that protagonists and characters are more diverse, I just find the stories easier to consume. As mentioned in a recent post where we wrote about our favourite fiction for older children, books like Me, My

8+ LGBTQ+ Inclusive Fiction for Young Readers & “Tweens” (ages 5 to 12)

It feels like only yesterday that Sharon and I were browsing our local bookshops looking for suitable LGBTQ representation for our soon-to-be. Books like And Tango Makes Three, Nen and The Lonely Fisherman and Mummy, Mama and Me were firm favourites from our collection, and some still are, but now that T is fully submerged

Days Out: Queer Britain, London

Last week, I met up with some friends for the day to check out the eagerly anticipated Queer Britain in London. Opening only recently in Spring 2022, Queer Britain is the first space in the UK dedicated to LGBTQ+ History. Since 2018, when the organisers first announced the launch of Queer Britain, plans have been

12+ LGBTQ+ Autobiographies & Memoirs You MUST Read!

When you think of LGBTQ History you probably immediately go back to the Stonewall Riots or the Aids/HIV Pandemic back in the 80’s. In reality, LGBTQ history is still being made some 40 years on. Sometimes on a daily basis. In 2022, we’ve already witnessed the first Trans actress to win a Golden Globe and

12 Iconic LGBTQ+ Moments in History to teach your Children (Plus, Further Resources!).

February is LGBT History Month and I am always excited when I get the opportunity to about our community’s history. Despite popular belief, the LGBTQ community is actually steeped in rich history and iconic moments in time. Dating back centuries, LGBTQ people have been widely documented in places such as Ancient Greece and East Asia,

The Great LGBTQ UK Business Directory!

You may remember in 2019, I created our ultimate list of LGBTQ Bloggers, Influencers and Content Creators. This was in an attempt to diversity people’s social media feeds as well as quash any excuses when it comes to including LGBTQ people in brand campaigns and promotions. I’d lost count how many times I’ve seen a