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Archive of: Diatribe

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"

I want to tell the stories Hollywood doesn't

We need movies that mirror our diversity, says filmmaker Arnetta Randall

Can television really be the same after The 100 mess?

Nicola Choi on LGBTQ representation, Bury Your Gays and Lexa's lasting legacy

My lifelong search for queer female friends

“Growing up as a religious woman of colour, I felt like there was no-one that I could confide in”

Don’t shush me: Is your library stocking LGBT books?

Hannah Murphy is on a mission to give LGBT books pride of place on our library shelves

My Brave New World

"I never imagined that, at the age of 42, I'd fall truly, madly, deeply in love with my best friend"

Should I come out at work?

"I'm worried that telling her I'm attracted to women would change our relationship"
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