A light-hearted romantic comedy is as essential to adolescent life as...
Category - LGBT+
Members of the Cardiff university trans* community have come to commemorate TDoR, or Trans*gender Day of Remembrance. Here are a collection of anonymous...
Members of the Cardiff university trans* community have come to commemorate TDoR, or Trans*gender Day of Remembrance. Here is an anonymous piece encouraging...
When anti-gay group Manif Pour Tous organised a rally in Trafalgar Square, Erin Ekins joined the counter protesters in the thick of the action.
After a close run, Adam Duce won the election for the LGBT+ Officer position for 2013-14. As the hard work begins, Thomas Leeming met up with him to find out...
Laura Amey, a straight ally, wonders what effect equality has on the institution of marriage.
Gay marriage is not the end of the fight, but the start of a whole new chapter. Sébastien Orlande investigates.
Andy Love suggests alternative ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day
Despite being in a happy relationship, Hector Roddan thinks that society is too obsessed with pairing up
Fifty years after the Beatles first sang these famous words, Josie May Copson investigates an organisation called A Day in Hand which works to promote same-sex...
Colette Kincaid informs us of the current situation regarding the debate on gay marriage
Eddie Greaves , Freshers’ Rep, and Rob Callaghan , Postgrad and Mature Students’ Rep, introduce themselves and their roles within the society
LGBT+ Society President Sarah Lynn explains all about the LGBT+ Society
Erin Ekins recounts her experience of being queer at Christmas
Three students explain what Transgender Day of Remembrance means to them
Andy Love explores the myths surrounding safe sex
Scott Kerpen examines current legislation surrounding blood donation
Robyn Moore and Adam Duce explain the reasons behind World AIDS Day
Thomas Leeming and Erin Ekins review the films that wowed the judges at this year’s Iris Prize Film Festival
Andy Love reflects on his experiences at the film festival
Hector Roddan examines the best of the Iris Prize Film Festival: Cardiff’s very own international LGBT+ short-film festival