Jenny Schecter is a queer villain who isn't the result of lazy homophobic writing.
Killing Eve and a trope that should be buried
The series finale is the opposite of a love letter to queer fans.
Euphoria, queer women, and tragedy in sapphic relationships
Sapphic relationships in media too often end tragically.
What queer fans really want from Killing Eve’s final season
Spy thrillers are moving away from the cringy past of the genre.
Avoiding queer characters in films is cowardly: Scream 5
A queer character in the new horror film is iconic, but is that enough?
Queer characters surviving horror films shouldn’t be radical
A new Netflix film does something that’s uncommon in horror: queer characters survive to the end.
The Briefs boys return for a stunning musical adventure
Cover Up features family-friendly circus performances and spectacular music.
First Nations Fashion at the Brisbane Festival: review
The ancestors would have been proud of the talent on display.
4 underrated queer songs for pride and celebration
Expand your queer playlist with these underrated gems.
Dysfunctional queer relationships in all their glory: American Horror Stories
Wanting to see queer people as chaotic, justified villains or antagonists isn’t strange.
Supernatural’s queer tragedy: Dean Winchester and Castiel
Squandering the queer potential of a popular show is shameful.
4 lesser-known LGBTQ films to watch during Pride Month
Check out these films, spanning a range of genres, and you might find a new queer favourite.
Caesar: Revisiting a classic with a very fresh and very queer approach
Caesar is a queer, meta reimagining of Shakespeare's classic play.
Review: People of Colours goes way beyond the usual themes
People of Colours was a sell-out hit at this year's Melt Festival.
La Boite Theatre’s Act 2 promises mesmerising new performances
The Time is Now features an all-teen cast in a mesmerising new show.
Review: If I Could Make It Go Quiet touches listeners when they need it most
Girl in Red’s debut album ranges from horny to angry to vulnerable.