Quick LGBTQ Friendly Getaway Ideas

Quick LGBTQ Friendly Getaway Ideas

*This post was written in collaboration with Emily Jones Staying in lockdown since March has been necessary but also incredibly tiring, and nothing sounds better than a break out of the house right now! Thankfully, there are a lot of places within Europe that will soon be open to UK travellers and be ready to

The History of Gay Marriage: from the Ancients to Gen Z! [AD]

*This is a Collaborative Post Gay marriage has only just become a lawful enterprise, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t always around. For the history of gay marriage, you came to the right place. Despite the recent history of the LGBTQ+ community being one of prejudice and discrimination, things weren’t always like this. Our current

Wholesome Queer Content We’re Currently Enjoying…

As soon as lockdown started I made it my mission to make use of the extra time by filling it with TV series we missed at the time of release, as well as catch up on my reading list! Obviously, being a member of the LGBTQ community, I was going to prioritise Queer and LGBTQ-inclusive

Ways You Can Support Pride (and the LGBTQ community) Without Attending a Parade!

Echoing the majority of Pride parades around the world, following the corona virus outbreak, Brighton Pride was officially cancelled last week. Although it was expected, and absolutely the right thing to do, I’m heartbroken. For us, and many other LGBTQ people, Pride is an important weekend in our calendar. It’s a time where we get

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A How-To Guide on Creating an Inclusive Social Media Presence Online

Every Pride, a variety of social media handles will take part in a change in their avatar to represent the “season”. They may also create a rainbow-themed product, or feature the more “diverse” members of their payroll. It often (not always!) comes with good intention, however once Pride season has well and truly finished, the

An Introduction to Adoption for LGBTQ+ Parents (which is no different to opposite sex parents!)

Adoption for people in same sex relationships has been legal since 2002. It has taken a long time for it to be fully embraced but, as things stand, the LGBTQ+ community have more rights than they ever have had. There is no difference between what is expected of opposite sex couples and same sex couples