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Queering Sport

Tena Thau on her failed attempt at netball, and why we should rethink how we play sports.

Review: Section Two

Phoebe Hennell reviews Tom Gould's new play 'Section Two'

Stonewall: 50 years on

We must never forget: Pride is a protest.

Oxford gears up for Pride Festival

“While the Queer movement has accomplished so much, there is so much left to be done."

University hosts week of events highlighting diversity in STEM

The events aimed to explore the intersection between sex, gender, disability, sexuality, and race in STEM

Oxford announces review of Brunei Sultan’s honour after 56,000 sign petition

Pressure on the University reached a crescendo yesterday as both of Oxford’s MPs, Layla Moran and Anneliese Dodds, urged Oxford to revoke the degree.

A letter to: My closeted self

To myself, but hollow, It was a wild ride getting to the place we’re at right now. You spent the first seventeen years of your...

Controversy over Pride flag at Queen’s College

The Provost ruled against a majority vote to fly the flag for the entire month, before reversing his decision.

NUS Trans and International officers axed amidst bankruptcy cutbacks

NUS has also been forced to let half of its staff go and sell its London headquarters

Uni has ‘systematically failed to listen’ to trans students

The report found that 65% of transgender students believed the University had a “negative” or “very negative” effect on their mental health

Citizenship Review – ‘witty, thoughtful and true-to-life’

Ami Griffiths is impressed by a direct but deft portrayal of bisexuality.

India’s legalisation of gay sex is India’s success, not the West’s

Western coverage of India's overturning of Section 377 was at best uninformed and at worst insulting

Tchaikovsky at the World Cup: Hidden Politics

Tchaikovsky in the opening credits of the World Cup - a subtle platform for LGBTQ+ rights in a hostile environment

London Pride: Commercialised

This year London Pride coincided with the day England beat Sweden in the quarter finals of the World Cup. The pubs of Soho filled...

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