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Firebrands in Frocks: The Radical Drag Queens of The Gay Liberation Front

On July 1st 1972, over 700 LGBT demonstrators made history by marching through London for the first official Pride carnival. It was the largest...

Vintage Cocks In Frocks! – Sasha Selavie on the intriguing tale of the birth...

  When did drag first begin as public performance art? Arguably, in London 1870, when two very blatant drag queens were arrested in a West...

GREATER [GAY] LONDON

Sometimes the gay scene can seem to be all about the winding streets of Soho, and the treasures that lie within, but lend us...

Genderqueer & Breaking the Binary

2015 may have been a tipping point for trans rights, but for non-binary people the fight for visibility, understanding and acceptance is still in...

Pervert’s Poetry?

Sasha Selavie looks into the scandalous life of Arthur Rimbaud. Does gay poetry suck? Only if it really wants to! See, unlike gay art, movies...

How the Tories’ Digital Economy Act will Restrict your Access to Online Porn

New draconian content laws to rock the adult industries You may be wondering what has happened to the adult classifieds on QXmagazine.com. Well, it’s...

Comptons of Soho: 30 years at the heart of gay Soho

As we celebrate the Grand Dame of Soho’s 30th birthday as an offical gay venue, we have a chat with some of her nearest...

By Royal Appointment

14/08/14: Standing proud on Kennington Lane since 1863, the RVT has long been renowned for being at the forefront of innovative cabaret and performance art....

Unsung Heroes of the Gay Scene

We asked some of the most admired, well-known activist names within London’s LGBT+ community: who do you admire, who is not known, and deserves...
Alien Sex Club

Alien Sex Club at The Wellcome Collection – Review

Unsuspecting patrons of the Wellcome Gallery, Euston Square have been turning into a dark room, and have found themselves attending a debaucherous party that...

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