I'm a London-based writer and editor. I mostly write about LGBTQ issues, politics and culture. If you want to say hi or commission me, it's best to email firstname.lastname@example.org
Unlike some of her fellow Democrats, Abrams has proven she's a realist
From The OC's Seth Cohen to (500 Days of Summer)'s Tom Hansen, time hasn't exactly been kind to these once-adored characters.
To Scotland’s first minister, Johnson must seem like the biggest political gift of her career
Nudge attacks, Smarterchild, ASL? – 20 years on from the birth of the instant messaging service, we explore how it shaped the way we interact
Growing up in the closet can be an isolating experience. So, in the early days of social media, it’s little surprise that some gay men resorted to unorthodox methods to explore their attraction to other boys
The comedian who roasted the president at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner last year tells Louis Staples why comedians are ‘not good people’, and why they should keep comedy and politics separate
I'm not surprised the acceptance of gay sex in the UK is falling for the first time since the AIDs crisis
This depressing data is proof that when you put the existence and humanity of people up for debate, whether that be gay men like me, or trans people, hatred and violence follows
The stand that was taken in Greenwich Village half a century ago remains powerful for so many people. Louis Staples hears their testimony – one for each year that has passed
An explainer on "Heterosexual Male Fashion", with a bonus sociology professor perspective.
The US president knows how to identify grievances among white Americans and then sell them a product – himself – to alleviate all their problems
In the end, the winner will be chosen by a Conservative Party membership that is 71 per cent male, 97 per cent white and 44 per cent over the age of 65
For LGBT+ people like me, the biggest peacetime shooting in US history was both sign of the times and a frightening warning of what was still to come