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.

The Ten-Year Anniversary Of 2007

The Ten-Year Anniversary Of 2007

SO! It’s time for another LIST OF THINGS THAT HAPPENED DURING A YEAR. We know it’s not groundbreaking journalism. We know it’s not an exploration of the psychosexual implications of pseudofeminism. We know it’s not “Through The Keyhole With The Dalai Lama”. But this is QX. And we’re hungover. All the time. So if you don’t like it, piss off and buy yourselves a copy of National Geographic. The closest we get to the National Geographic is Nathalie Geographic.

 
QX Meets The Master

QX Meets The Master

We speak to leather lothario Brew Hunter about the changing face of the leather scene, vapes vs cigars, and Theresa May’s trousers.

 
Total Tune Divas!

Total Tune Divas!

Lady Sasha revisits glam legends The Human League.

 
#JULIASAYS...

#JULIASAYS…

You know nothing can limit you except your own imagination! Luckily our imaginations seem limitless, and also luckily, we have the spaces in which to experiment to our heart’s content. I love the way the performative arts cross so many boundaries and question everything.

 
Fake Fashun, Fake Brands, Fake Hair, Fake, Fake, Fake

Fake Fashun, Fake Brands, Fake Hair, Fake, Fake, Fake

The notorious, sequin-spangled WE Party boys are BACK. You must have heard of WE Party before, unless you’ve been living under Vauxhall Bridge for the last three years. Actually, bad example, if you’ve been living under Vauxhall Bridge for the last three years, you’ll definitely have heard of WE Party. Word travels fast in those parts, especially if you’re wearing hotpants.

 
The Love Witch is a beguilingly ridiculous feast for the eyes

The Love Witch is a beguilingly ridiculous feast for the eyes

This flagrantly fragrant new indie/horror satire isn’t just daring, it’s got a bloody cheek
 
Gay Outdoor Club

Gay Outdoor Club

RIGHT. You’ve festered in your post-Christmas haze for long enough. Put down that chocolate bar, get off Grindr and get OUTSIDE.

 
Go West, Young Man!

Go West, Young Man!

Do first impressions count? Oh, juicy Christ at Christmas, yes! Haven’t you lost count of locking red-hot eyes with strangers, and later, locking pumping loins in impromptu spurts of anonymous spunk?

 
Disco, Blisters &  A Comedown

Disco, Blisters & A Comedown

Dylan Jones’s guide to new music, for people who like music.

 
The HIV Monologues

The HIV Monologues

2016 saw some welcome developments in the fight against HIV.