Revolutions begin with stories, and underneath the important discussions of representation and queer politics surrounding this film, that is all it is – a story.
It's pride month – and along with the celebrations, progress can only happen if we start conversations on queer politics.
Belonging to two marginalised communities, queer Muslims have to deal with Islamophobia as well as homophobia.
I’ll be going back to that bar for that G&T I wanted. Let’s see them stop me.
Whether it is in our words or in our actions, we continue to perpetuate gender stereotypes.
"When I was a kid filled with internal queerphobia, being called a 'chakka' or 'gay' was very offensive, but after years of exploration, I've realised my queerness is completely normal.