As well as being the ultimate guide to gay London with our pages and pages of club and bar coverage, QX also features a huge variety of features, from political and social issues facing the gay community today to our hugely popular series of queer history specials. Of course, we have lots of lighthearted editorial, too, such as interviews with scene personalities, celebrities and pop stars.

THT – it starts with me

THT – it starts with me

Every year, HIV care and prevention charity the Terrence Higgins Trust, encourage people to take part in their It Starts With Me campaign.

 
Gay Power Parade

Gay Power Parade

Sasha Selavie peeks under the tights of comic-book icons and asks, ‘Who’s zooming who?’

 
#JULIASAYS...

#JULIASAYS…

At times, we all get caught up in the good taste/bad taste conundrum: is it so bad it’s good, or is good taste with no sense of irony just plain boring? I’ll let you decide, as I’m qween of everything with a twist of bad taste and a splash of irony thrown in!

 
If We Got Some More Cocaine  I Could Show You How I Love You

If We Got Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You

’‘Love’s meant to be good, yeah, but this just fucking hurts’’ – no, these are not words uttered by an unhappy homo attempting anal for the first time, but the musings of Croydon-born Casey living in an unspecified town in West Ireland, as he reflects on the broken parental relationships which have acted as an example for him in his young life.

 
Robot Rock

Robot Rock

This is one of those insane amalgamations that manifests when all the right things happen at the right time, all the right people connect with each other, all the right emails get opened, and something speakers-bustingly, brain-shaggingly amazing is created!

 
REVIEW: Bridget Jones's Baby delivers!

REVIEW: Bridget Jones’s Baby delivers!

Hopes were not high for Bridget Jones’s Baby. A development plagued by delays and complications, the exit of Hugh Grant as the iconically sexy Daniel Cleaver, an increasingly impatient and implanted Renee Zellwegger, all culminating in a bizarre September release date – not quite summer blockbuster, and not even close to Bridget’s usual reindeer jumper Christmas slot. Not to mention the fact that it followed in the footsteps of the critically panned Edge Of Reason, an indulgent, bloated, frilly mess of a sequel.
 
Comptons Celebrates  Paradise Garage

Comptons Celebrates Paradise Garage

When older people tell younger folk of a golden era of clubbing that they were conveniently in the right place and right time to enjoy, it should often be taken with a pinch of white powder.

 
BRUT #24

BRUT #24

Our favourite hairy monochrome urban-chic club night is BACK.

 
Bisexual men_exist!

Bisexual men_exist!

In the run up to BiVisibility Day, Lewis Oakley tells us what it means to be a bisexual man in 2016

 
Sum Ting Kinda... Oooh!

Sum Ting Kinda… Oooh!

In 2015, Sum Ting Wong made her drag debut, reaching the final of Drag Idol with a routine peppered with quick wit and impressive vocals, and she quickly became a familiar face on the drag circuit. This week, Jason Reid talked to Bo - the man behind Sum Ting - about starting out, racial stereotypes, and his drag crush...