Let’s start off by saying that every gay man is different, and every queer person will have different standards and tolerances of conversation. I find whenever I travel and whenever I meet new people, I get annoyed at the same things that people say to me in relation to my sexuality. I’m not entirely sure … Continue reading What Not To Say To A Gay Man
Today, in another instalment of Queeries, the series in which I explore and discuss issues of gender and sexuality which I find interesting or intriguing, we're talking about anal. Gay (male homosexual) sex hasn't been a criminal act in England for around 50 years, that is if you were over the age of 21 and … Continue reading The Politics of Gay Sex
Vale, yo había estado intentando evitar escribir mi primer blog en español pero aquí está por fin. Lo siento por los errores por adelantado (yo sé que tiene que haber algunos, sino muchos), nadie es perfecto. He estado con mi novio (Hola, Alejandro) durante un año y pico así que creo que ya tengo "experiencia" … Continue reading El Tener Una Pareja Española
I’ve been on a good couple of flights in my life (sorry environment) and a lot of the time I’m flying alone, giving me ample opportunity to do some people watching. Some people really don’t deserve passports and here are 5 groups of people who I think should always be denied boarding: The Young Parents … Continue reading 5 Types of Travellers I Hate
Hello, and welcome back to my 3rd official blog of Queeries. Can you tell I'm enjoying writing these? I've never written blogs so quickly in my life. This will probably be the last one for a couple of weeks as I head back to university but I'll be back soon enough! In 2017, I made … Continue reading 8 Queer Films You Should Watch
Hello again and welcome back to Queeries, the series in which I explore and discuss elements of the queer community and queer theory which interest me and hope that interest you also. Today's blog post was inspired by two things. The first, I'm writing an essay at the moment for university on how 'camp talk' / … Continue reading Polari: The forgotten queer sociolect
Let's start this blog series with a little discussion: Does heterophobia exist? Why am I writing about this? Well, because I've been accused of it and according to people I know, my day-to-day discourse hints towards me being "heterophobic". Do I hate straight people? Do I fear straight people? Do I have a personal grievance … Continue reading Angry queers or heterophobia?