My usual therapy of a sticky dance floor bursting with friends was nowhere to be found. When I am lost, nine times out of ten, I find myself on the dance floor. It just so happened that this year was the one time out of ten where there was no dance floor to find myself on.
Eager to revive an unbalanced lifestyle, we turn to self-care feeling drained and defeated.The embryonic stage of self-care encourages forming rooted habits that will support future hobbies and habits you decide to take on.
Behold: a collation of basic self-care tips and tricks that are cheap, achievable and momentous. Tried and tested by yours truly.
According to a study compiled by the office of National statistics “Around 7 in 10 of the lesbian, gay or bisexual population are single and have never married or registered a civil partnership”. I am one of those 7 out of 10 people who have never settled down, in this piece I explore how past relationships may have impacted my future choices and explore the argument of why people align single life with unhappiness in our LGBTQ+ community.
Henry Tolley interviews members of the alternative queer scene to discuss how the queer nightlife community can overcome the pandemic.
Nwora Emenike discusses the affordances or lack thereof given to Black Womxn in this thought provoking and moving piece. BLACK WOMXN DESERVE BETTER.
Ola Awosika takes us through their routine for flawless skin while schooling us no being Active Anti-Racist Allies.
Black Black is a poem written by Darkwah Kyei-Darkwah. The poem is an ode to all things black and a loveletter to all black people.
Chapter Z speaks to the video vixen diva, energiser bunny of drag, the beauty, the grace, your favourite high energy performer – TAYCE!
Chapter Z speaks to the Icy Amputee Warrior about all things, beauty, self-love and home.
Chapter Z speaks to Radam Ridwan, Non-Binary model, writer & creator for the first installation of Making Queerstory.