Stuart Graham takes a look at the BBC’s pioneering Gay Britannia season, this section covering the non-factual side of the programming season.
Western media is all over what is happening in Egypt – here is a recap and update on what is really going on.
Stuart Graham provides his own story of his queer story, and thanks all the contributors to his incredible campaign.
A volunteer for Brig’s LGBT History Month talks to an anonymous contributor about how LGBT has altered their life in so many powerful ways.
Progress is not linear and rights have to be fought for again and again. Straight people will need to pitch in too, writes editor-in-chief Dan Vevers.
Brig features editor Stuart Graham sits down with the Union’s VP Communities to talk all things LGBT.
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.