Brig features editor Stuart Graham sits down with the Union’s VP Communities to talk all things LGBT.
From Cristiano Ronaldo being photoshopped onto a rocket, to Mufasa being dropped into a heard of wildebeest, it seems hard to escape the shooting stars meme.
Hetty Mochrie discusses overcoming internal and external factors in her journey to living openly and happily as a trans woman.
“It wasn’t like I woke up and was covered in rainbows and thought ‘Oh fuck, I’m gay’. It’s the natural thing of always knowing you’re a bit different.” Michael Mullen talks about his experiences.
Stirling student Rylee Binns tells the story of their two pivotal ‘coming out’ moments in life and how it shaped who they are today.
Sport’s Editor Hannah Louise McNicol gives her perspective as an LGBT ally on relationships and simply celebrating being with the person you love.
Arts Editor Hayley examines how we relate so strongly to certain characters on our screens – with contribution from first year student Abby Ferguson
Should you find yourself talking to one of your fourth-year pals, eyes devoid of joy in the library, here’s a little guide on what not to say in order to avoid any casualties.
Morven Archbold takes a humorous yet honest look at her youth and the long process of forming her LGBT identity.
Former Stirling Student, Jules Stapleton Barnes, talks about finding herself when she moved to university and tells the extraordinary story of her coming out experience.