Juliet Jacques explores the complexities of "confessional" journalism.
The legendary performance artist’s retrospective is lovingly documented on DVD.
The former Norwich and Leicester star talks further about his mental health campaign.
Non-conformist queer perspectives offer radical alternatives to notions of "success".
Leeds United’s title win of 1992 was the last of its kind in many ways.
The two towers are closer in ideology than iconography, but still worlds apart.
A mysterious narrator, tricks of the mind and admirably pragmatic prose.
The performance artist talks bisexuality, feminism and being an outsider.
The narrative that homophobia in football was primarily responsible for his death forms a dauntingly
Copi and an Argentinian classic of queer theatre.
The media's monstering of transgender people is finally being challenged.
The medium’s ability to improve its own minority representation is strictly limited.
Can inspirational LGBT figures help the victims of homophobic bullying?
Attitudes towards trans people betray the wider failures of "alternative" comedy.
Tate Britain’s Vorticism exhibition revisits one of English art’s most radical and yet mysterious movements.
What challenges would be faced by a famous person transitioning in public?