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Archive of: Diatribe

Queer women in film: an open call to write them into existence

Writer/director Abena Taylor-Smith on why onscreen representation matters

I am neither a Chapstick or a Lipstick, but a Tinted Lip Balm

Dear Baby Dykes: instead of living up to a label, why not create your own?

Is your local gay bar still your sanctuary?

"It was Superdry for as far as the eye could see and it all just clicked in to place for me"

OPINION: How Netflix and queer culture are healing the wounds of the patriarchy

"Tearing down constructs of masculinity, heteronormativity and the gender binary, shows like these have massively influenced contemporary social perceptions"

OPINION: Repeal the 8th is a queer issue too

"When it comes to cultural oppression, the queer community in Ireland can relate easily and readily"

Maggie Sawyer’s true colours: the power of fandom

“These fans are turning their disappointment and heartbreak into something positive by helping a charitable cause”

LGBTQ+ representation in film and TV is simply not good enough

"We need to listen to LGBTQ+ voices to create more diverse, accepting, loving art"

La Fin: Why is it so hard to end relationships?

"Jeez, I’ve even got a one night stand as a Facebook friend"

Is it dangerous to always search for the queer subtext?

"The problem with reading queer subtext into every little nuance is oftentimes we are disappointed, or perhaps worse, queer-baited"

What is femme?

Cicely-Belle Blain looks beyond aesthetics to find out what we really mean by "femme"
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