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.

Spice Up Your Rug

Spice Up Your Rug

It’s time to cut a rug, because the legendary Carpet Burn returns to Eagle London on Saturday 30th of June. We had a chat with the lads to find out what’s in store!

 
The R & She hunnies  are moving house!

The R & She hunnies are moving house!

Popular queer hip-hop night R & She are SO popular, that they have to keep moving to bigger venues to accommodate the fabulous throngs of cargo-pants-wearing, Lil-Kim-emulating, rum-and-coke-swilling creatures of the night that turn up (and get turned UP) every month! Amaze! Being too crowded is ALWAYS a good sign for a club night, and it’s no surprise that R & She are the latest to be befallen by this agreeable affliction.

 
Blanc De Blanc

Blanc De Blanc

The Hippodrome Casino’s sumptuous new show!

 
The Night Time Industries Association

The Night Time Industries Association

The NTIA, or Night Time Industries Association, is exactly what it sounds like: A collective initiative forging ties in one of the UK’s most lucrative industries – nightlife!

 
Best Peripheral Characters in Sex And The City: Part Deux

Best Peripheral Characters in Sex And The City: Part Deux

A few weeks ago, in one of our most insane and abstract editorial decisions ever, we wrote a feature on the best peripheral characters in Sex & The City! And guess what…EVERYONE LOVED IT! And by “everyone loved it” we mean we saw a man in Bloc Bar put his pint down on it. If that’s not an endorsement, we don’t know what is!

 
Gender As a Spectrum

Gender As a Spectrum

What makes a man a man, and a woman a woman? Are there people who are neither male nor female – or even both? Nothing about gender identity is fixed. Its development is often a fluid process, changing throughout a lifetime. As a result, it is always highly subjective, each person perceiving and presenting their identity in their own individual way. Gender as a Spectrum is a series of portraits of people who have resisted typical gender norms – by questioning them, breaking through them, or turning them inside-out. Photographer Joseph Wolfgang Ohlert spoke to James Egan about his book and the process of creating it.

 
QX Magazine's Childhood Crushes

QX Magazine’s Childhood Crushes

WELL here’s another ridiculous article about inappropriate, Freudian crushes on bizarre men. Ladies and gentlemen, QX Magazine! *Takes off hat, bows*. This time, it’s CHILDHOOD CRUSHES! Those ripple-torsoed, rosary-bead-wearing, eyebrow-pierced adonises that gave you your first wee tingle downstairs when you were a bairn! Sorry, we’ve gone all Scottish! That Silver Summer is to blame. She’s one giraffe short of a zoo that one. Helloooo dear!

 
Beyond Enterprise: Sexiest Starship Troopers

Beyond Enterprise: Sexiest Starship Troopers

The Beyond Enterprise is preparing for interstellar flight on Sunday 31st July, with an (sigh, forgive us) OUT OF THIS WORLD DJ line-up in cluding PAGANO and more extraterrestrial tunes than you can shake your fazer at. So in celebration of this, James Egan hand picked some of his favourite intergalactic hunks, who he’d love to see shaking their ass on the Enterprise this weekend…

 
A Hoyle New World

A Hoyle New World

David Hoyle is the avant-garde performer and force of nature who never shies away from speaking his mind. A Hoyle show is much more than just a show, it is a fascinating insight into the world we live in, a roller coaster of questioning and exploration, through live performance, art and comedy, presented with a unique type of passion and angst.
 
Brighton Pride MUSTS

Brighton Pride MUSTS

Here’s what you must do at Brighton Pride! We’re going, and you’re coming with us.