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.

#SaveTheYard

#SaveTheYard

The Yard bar is under threat with a proposal to cover its courtyard and build luxury flats over the first floor bar. Andy Jones writes how we have one final chance to help save the last remaining historic stable yard in Soho…

 
The (real) London Dungeon

The (real) London Dungeon

SE5 Dungeon owner Jasper Emerald on why his South London venue has garnered itself such a dedicated following…

 
For the love of Meth

For the love of Meth

As part of this special feature exclusive to QX, Jason Reid spoke to two popular London drag artists about their relationships with their partner: how they met, how drag has played a factor in those relationships, how they’ve evolved and grew together, and we also ponder, as a scene and society, is there still a certain taboo-like misogyny towards flamboyancy that makes it harder for drag queens to find a loving partner? This week Jason begins by talking to Meth, queen of The Black Cap, and her boyfriend Joe...

 
The Shame & Sexuality Series…

The Shame & Sexuality Series…

Nicholas McInerny buried the truth about his sexuality for decades. He was 45 when he decided it was time to be honest about himself and tell his wife and children that he was gay…

 
Blue and yellow makes green

Blue and yellow makes green

Visibility and representation of black and minority ethnic men (BME) within the gay community is a key issue in a new report from Public Health England. 
 
Hot Nob Awards 2015 - Part Deux

Hot Nob Awards 2015 – Part Deux

Oh yes, award season is upon us as the film and music industry parade around on red carpets and whore themselves in front of the cameras. As such, QX looks back at a year of queer comedy and campery to find the finest, freakiest, funniest and most fabulous moments that deservedly make our Hot Nob 2015 list.  

 
An Imperial Era Begins!

An Imperial Era Begins!

With new venue The Imperial Arms exploding into West London QX just had to find out more about owners James Barnor and Nye Watkins and what’s in store!

 
Gods & Monsters

Gods & Monsters

Gods and Monsters was a captivating acid trip through the fissured workings of a fractured mind. James Whale, the once famous director of 1930s horror movie classic Frankenstein, now paints his days away in largely forgotten obscurity. But the aftermath of a stroke brings hidden-away memories back unbidden to his brain, embers sparked further into fire by the reawakening of his lust, courtesy of his handsome and muscle-ridden young gardener Clayton Boone. 

 
The Shame & Sexuality Series…

The Shame & Sexuality Series…

This week, David Stuart talks about the language we use and the dirty word of shame.

 
Are You Looking For a Nasty Boy?

Are You Looking For a Nasty Boy?

Vogue Fabrics has a new, scintillating night in town, Straight Nasty, which looks set to revolutionise your weekend and bring a new lease of dancefloor-pumping life to Dalston’s nightlife. When the press release landed in our inbox QX just had to find out more about the event!