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Eleanor Margolis is a freelance journalist.
It’s a shame that everything they do will now be seen as representative of the few other women in their field.
If you looked hard enough in the 90s, the queers were there, sort of.
The horrific case of a lesbian couple violently attacked in London is all too familiar.
The Tales of the City writer on his new Netflix show, dinner parties with Christopher Isherwood and growing up gay in the 50s and 60s.
She’s not woke, she’s the poshest woman in the world. Literally.
Please help yourself to a Greggs sausage roll, a permanent state of dread, and the following advice for living in London.
It’s hard to be cynical about US TV network PBS’s decision to lead the way in queer kids’ programmes.
People doing it are smug, irritable, boring and – unfortunately – right.
If that’s actually what’s going on, Ariana could’ve been clearer about it. Off the top of my head, she could’ve dropped a track called “bisexual”, containing the lyric, “I am bisexual”.
She didn’t know it, but when my mum was my age, she was halfway through her life. Unlike me though, she already had two kids, a career which required her to dress nicely, and a mortgage.