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.

Save Rubyyy Jones

Save Rubyyy Jones

Rubyyy Jones is a lady with a mission to tantalise and sexucate. Last week’s edition of the inimitable ‘Save Rubyyy Jones’ bursting queer cabaret burlesque show, had her audience salivating for more like donkeys lusting after a condom-clad carrot.

 
Gay Shame & Sexuality

Gay Shame & Sexuality

Continuing our series looking at gay shame & sexuality. By Nyasha Paragon Langley

 
After-As One

After-As One

When the big circuit clubs of the As One Weekend Festival – WE Party, SexCircus, Matinée and PAPA – play their final tunes, there’s a home-grown after-party ready to keep you dancing…

 
No Idol Drag!

No Idol Drag!

Our very own cabaret reporter Jason Reid has been a resident Drag Idol judge for the last five years and has seen his fair share of starlets hit the big time thanks to the competition. As he prepares to take his seat for another year of judging, Jason shares some advice and tips for prospective contestants on how to shine in the UK’s biggest cabaret competition...

 
Let the games begin…

Let the games begin…

As election fever gets ready to grip the nation, Damien Killeen reports on Pink News’ live-streamed political debate…

 
Elegy

Elegy

Elegy was hidden away in the Vaults’ furthest space, reached by climbing up creaking metal stairs and waltzing through an arts display of dripping lace and jewelled glitz. But inside the old, dust-filled rococo cinema space, converted into a faded glamour theatre, there were just four fluorescent strip lights shining and a lone chair. The strip lights were arranged into the shape of a box on the ground. 
 
10 reasons why Easter Weekend will be all about As One this year

10 reasons why Easter Weekend will be all about As One this year

As One returns with a five day long Easter special featuring some of Europe’s biggest circuit style brands showcased every night as Orange Nation’s infamous after-hours events provide the extended hours fun. Here’s what you can expect…

 
A New Idol

A New Idol

Well it’s back! Drag Idol seemingly packed up shop after last year’s competition, when gender-bending LoUis CYfer won, but clearly they couldn’t stay away. The baton of running the three-month long event has been handed over from Idol matriarch Titti La Camp to 2012 winner La Voix. Jason Reid caught up with her for the lowdown this week... 

 
The Middle Position. I’m torn. I’m conflicted. I’m split.

The Middle Position. I’m torn. I’m conflicted. I’m split.

Part of me wants to be proud of the scene for its exploration of sex; its non-repressive, open, and hopefully judgement-free stance. As well as a psychotherapist, I am a gay man. 
 
London protest against Dolce & Gabbana

London protest against Dolce & Gabbana

Old Bond Street store picketed. Call for boycott of D&G