I Lost Myself to India's Chemsex Scene and Overdosed, but Survived to Tell the Story

In the chemsex scene, drug abuse is more than just a health hazard.


Being Gay in Brunei Is Punishable By Death, Starting Today

Despite global outcry and calls for boycotts, Sultan Hassanal Bolki has shown no sign of reversing the draconian law.


Local Radio Is Getting Gayer

We spoke to the hosts of two new BBC local radio shows that aim to represent their broad spectrum of listeners.


How Diet Coke Helped Me Embrace My Gay Identity

My love of Diet Coke has as much to do with identity—in my case, expressing femininity and rejecting heterosexual norms—as it does taste or health.


Indian Queer Muslims Share Their Hopes and Dreams for 2019

Being a double minority presents a double set of issues – one concerning culture and religion, the other concerning sexual identity.


How 2018 Became the Year '20GAYTEEN'

Hayley Kiyoko came up with the nickname on 1st January, and looking back, it's easy to concede she was right.


I Went to the 'First Nudist Club Night' in Paris

I highly recommend getting naked in a nightclub – as long as everyone else is, too.


Inside ‘Hungama’, an LGBTQ+ Bollywood Night in an East London Strip Club

It's rare that South Asian clubbers can come together to celebrate queer culture, but this new night at Metropolis provides just that.


Baked Alaska Is the Ultimate Gay Food

Fun, flamboyant, and literally flaming, it’s the epic drag queen of the dessert world.


Queer People Describe Their First Time in a Gay Club

"I realised that this was what freedom looked like."


Will 'Coming Out' Always Be Necessary?

How long before being straight is no longer the norm, and we won't have to make a big moment of explaining who we are and who we love?


The Life and Death of Football's First Openly Gay Player

The tragic tale of Justin Fashanu.