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Gyms and leisure centres have finally reopened across England, signalling the end of a lockdown period that’s changed how many of us feel about our bodies.
The coronavirus crisis is having a profound impact on how we live our lives. Across the world, many people are adjusting to a state of hyper-vigilance in the face of Covid-19.
As Boris Johnson waffled and blustered his way through defending his bizarre new “stay alert” message this week, he has appealed for us to use “good, solid British common sense” in following the new “eased lockdown” guidelines.
A few days ago I had an epiphany mid-way through a full-blown argument with my boyfriend over what constitutes a hot dog (is it defined by the sausage? Or the bun that the sausage is served in?)...
How one NSFW video exposed WhatsApp's big problem
Three weeks before Britain voted to leave the EU in 2016, Conservative Michael Gove delivered a quote that would sum up an era in British politics.
The deadline for the Scottish government’s second public consultation on reforms to its gender recognition laws is fast approaching.
People are blaming Elizabeth Warren for Bernie Sanders' Super Tuesday loss – here's why they're completely wrong
Just like that, Super Tuesday has been and gone – but not without controversy.
From Don't F*** with Cats to The Assassination of Gianni Versace, people can't get enough of gay killers. But why?
It's the week's biggest political controversy
"Middle of the road doesn’t mean the middle, it means the people with power are not challenged."
From Albert Square to the House of Lords: LGBTQ+ icon Michael Cashman on surviving abuse, trans rights, and life after grief
Michael Cashman’s life has had many beginnings, middles and endings.
Coming out is something that every LGBTQ+ person has a different relationship with...