Following in my tradition of writing poetry about pride (check out Cry out for Marsha P., Queerdom, and Stonewall, Why A Rainbow?, and What If Pride Was Silent?) I wrote
Today would have been Leeds Pride. For all my conflicted feelings around the commercialisation of Pride, it’s still an event where I feel connected to a broad LGBT+ community. This
For Pride Month I’m sharing some poetry reflecting on the symbolism behind the rainbow flag ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜 Why a rainbow?What makes it ours?What do the colours represent?But the flag is an
This week’s haiku is about Queer Pride, I promise this is my last poem about this … (at least for this year) xD
We talk so much about Queer Pride, but what about the other 6? That’s not the only deadly sin queer people can commit I mean Pride’s important, that’s certainly true
So apparently I decided this blog was too tightly focussed (on poetry, comedy, mental health, LGBT+ issues, kink, and feminism). Because today I’m going to try something a little different.
If you walk through most UK city centres in the run up to Prides you’ll see a plethora of rainbow flags. This can be seen as a show of solidarity