In our penultimate episode, actor, producer and spoken word artist Kamari Romeo joins Holly and Kate to chat about finding creative outlets, what being transgender means to him and his experience growing up in a black church community…

I used to think discrimination was a straight-up sign of ignorance but I realised that couldn’t explain why so many intelligent people say so many ignorant things.

The response to Monday’s verdict to uphold the ruling that Ashers bakery discriminated against a gay customer has been littered with cries of “Religious discrimination!”

We argue that telling religious people they can’t discriminate against others is NOT discrimination.

We all know this classic play about prejudice and intolerance, but what if there was a tragic love story hidden in the text?
Andrew Venning takes a look between the lines and finds a strong case for unrequited love.

A recent Government report showed that the NHS is failing transgender patients. With long waiting times, untrained doctors and outdated and misleading equality laws, it’s time for change.
We at THE Q support a petition calling for an end to transphobia in the NHS, and this is why you should too.

In the first full instalment to his “Sex and Shakespeare” series, Andrew Venning deconstructs the “greatest love story ever told” in search of the true motives behind the horny teenagers of Verona.

“I am not a lesbian. I have never identified as a lesbian, but I was called and had to be one for a year.”
Gemma-Marie Everest shares her experience and opinions on the erasure of certain sexual identities.