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The Chemsex Monologues

Where to start? In this case it is probably best to start with Patrick Cash, the writer. Cash has an incredible knack of taking subject...

Not Suitable For Work

In a city where queer spaces seem to be disappearing like the proverbial rabbits up the gaping property wizard’s sleeves, Not Suitable For Work...

“Asking For It?”

Why do we permit a culture of groping on the gay scene?   By Patrick Cash Gay US magazine The Advocate published photos from last month’s Miami...

Arthole Launch – ‘Man’ by BJ Broekhuizen

How far does your identity as a ‘man’ affect your body shape? That’s a pivotal cog whirring within muscular gay male artist BJ Broekhuizen’s...

The Victorian Stonewall Story

The Hulme Fancy Dress Ball was the scandal of 1880s Britain. Here’s the story of the Victorian Stonewall, and our history.   By Patrick Cash Jerome Caminada...

The Truth We Hide

I have a pretty hairy body, naturally. Not like Planet of the Apes-level but a fair amount of fine, dark hair from my Irish...

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...

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...

As Mad As My Brothers

What does being ‘mad’ mean in the gay community?  By Patrick Cash Josh (not his real name) was the trophy boy of the gay scene. He...

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...

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