blog

As part of the group we run a blog. This blog offers a chance for individuals to discuss queer topics in an informal and accessible way. We have been running this blog since our group started in 2018 and so we have a number of posts for you to explore.

Below you will find links to our submission criteria, previous posts and our most recent posts.

submission criteria

Here you can find details of our blog submission criteria and how to submit.

previous posts

Here you can find all of our previous blog submissions organised into categories of research, reviews, previews and news.

Recent Posts

Solidarity and Isolation in 1980s Britain to now – The Bradford Lesbian Line

By Jas Brogden / 2 April 2021

Throughout LGBTQ+ history there has been a long-standing reliance on physical social spaces within the queer community (Anderson, Austin and Knee, 2020). Whether this is in queer support groups, Pride marches or socialising in queer clubs and bars, accessing these spaces allows us to feel part of a community and safely congregate. However, this is… Read More »Solidarity and Isolation in 1980s Britain to now – The Bradford Lesbian Line

Valentines Poetry, 2021: Untitled.

By queerdisrupt / 14 February 2021

By Phoenix (they/them) Am I a one and done kinda bitch?or am I a one and two and breathless whispersover an ocean. Two and threeand me and you and themand who needs to define what we are? we are breathlessand eternal and never ending.the line was drawn in the sandand we kicked it up into… Read More »Valentines Poetry, 2021: Untitled.

Re-Queering and Reconceptualising the work of Rotimi Fani-Kayode

By queerdisrupt / 28 January 2021

By Adebayo Quadry-Adekanbi With thanks to Dan Vo This blog post aims to serve as a guide for our journey of disrupting, reconceptualising and re-queering Rotimi Fani-Kayode’s works. In a podcast episode with queer/disrupt, Dan Vo and I delve into Fani-Kayode’s pieces and attempt to reconceptualise them from a perspective that has decentred Western paradigms.… Read More »Re-Queering and Reconceptualising the work of Rotimi Fani-Kayode