For trans prisoners, abuse isolation and poor medical care are routine parts of incarceration. By 'ASBO', a former inmate.
Hundreds of people surrounded the fences this weekend. Hera Lorandos spoke to women who have suffered inside.
The rights and safety of LGBTQ+ people are not guaranteed – we must continue to fight for them
Kennedy Walker looks at the growth in hate attacks at a time when the Tory government is being propped up by homophobes
Book Review: Sex, Needs and Queer Culture: from liberation to the post-gay
Aiming to re-evaluate the radicalism and efficacy of queer counterculture and rebellion - April Park takes us through David Alderson's new work.
Summer event: the Spark
A week of workshops, films, discussions, poetry, music, art and more, looking at the fight for social justice in the UK and around the world to take place in June
Married strife: going beyond marriage equality
The same-sex marriage campaign has been successful, but LGBTQ equality is still a distant dream. It’s time to reassess our priorities, argues Siobhan McGuirk
Putting the protest back in Pride
Siobhan McGuirk reports on the fight to reclaim Pride in Manchester and beyond
Unnatural no more
In July, the Delhi high court in India decriminalised homosexuality. Sylvia Rowley talks to Shaleen Rakesh, the activist who brought the case
Coming out in Kenya
Pauline Kimani is one of Kenya's few openly lesbian women. Interview by Arusha Topazzini