With so much great news, it was very hard to keep our cool


The first week of February and LGBT+ History Month was certainly off to quite the start. Grab yourself some biscuits, put the kettle on and join me on looking back on some of the highlights.


The return of our fave Californian queers

Ever since season two wrapped, we fans have been on the edge of ours seats awaiting a renewal announcement from Showtime. I couldn’t contain my excitement when I saw members of the cast sharing the news on social media. So much went down in the last season, I’m both excited and nervous about what fate has in store for this bunch.

First look at the return of our favourite historical lesbians

I mean, could we have asked for a better treat this LGBT+ History Month? We were so not ready for these teasers of what’s to come in the second season of Gentleman Jack.


We’re so not ready for this show to end

A new trailer was also released for the final season of Killing Eve, and it had us shook! I’m trying to stay calm whilst anticipating what’s in store.


Babies galore

Last week, two of our favourite power couples shared beautiful announcements. Hannah and Jake Graf shares that they are expecting their second baby in June and Rapper Da Brat and fiancée Jesseca Dupart shared that they are extending their family 🎉

All things LGBT+ History Month

Brighton and Hove’s oldest LGBTQI charity, Switchboard, launched a Crowdfunder to help our LGBTQI community recover from the devastating impact resulting from the pandemic.

Listen to and amplify intersex voices

Dani Coyle’s launched their new DIY podcast inter_view. The show was conceived to centre and celebrate intersex connection, visibility, diversity and most importantly, joy. All seven episodes are available to stream on your preferred streaming platform.

Oh and whilst we’re talking about podcasts…

In this week’s podDIVA, your hosts Victoria Broom and Rachel Shelley discussed our LGBT+ History Month issue. The pair addressed the urgent need to ban conversion “therapy”, fertility equality with Whitney and Megan Bacon-Evans aka Wegan and Sara Ramirez from And Just Like that…


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