From KStew’s search for LGBTQI ghost hunters to the latest L Word: Gen Q news, this week has been packed with queer goodness


Last week, bestselling author and illustrator, Alice Oseman, revealed the cover of the highly-anticipated Heartstopper Yearbook. Coming out this October, it will take readers on a joyful trip into the world of the bestselling graphic novel series. This is a lovely way to fill the void fans may be feeling as we wait for the release of the final volume, which is set to release in early 2023. 

The yearbook is packed full of exclusive never-before-seen content and takes a look back at Alice’s artwork over the years. It also contains character profiles, drawing tutorials and trivia. Wanting to get inspired? In the book, Alice also shares her creative process (all narrated by a cartoon version of the artist). 

Season 3 of The L Word: Gen Q is OFFICIALLY in production

It won’t be long until we can be reunited with our favourite Californian queers, here’s everything we know about the third season so far. 

Amazon Prime released first look images of Emma Corrin and Harry Styles from My Policeman

The pictures caused a frenzy of excitement online AND we *finally* have a release date!

Looking for a serving of trans joy?

Billy Porter’s directorial debut, Anything’s Possible, is coming to screens in July. 

Gateways Grind will be airing on BBC4 on 21 June

Are you yet to watch the groundbreaking documentary about London’s historic lesbian nightclub? Do not fear, you can watch it from the comfort of your living room shortly. 

Looking for the perfect film to watch this Pride month? 

From cult classics to emotional documentaries, here are some iconic movies depicting queer lives. 

Rebel Wilson has found her Disney Princess 

The Pitch Perfect and Senior Year star uploaded a photo to the gram last week introducing her followers to her girlfriend Ramona Agruma. 

KStew is teaming up with Cj Romero and Scout Productions to bring audiences the queerest paranormal show

Kristen Stewart is searching for LGBTQI ghost hunters, and we are all very excited. 

2022 marks the 50th anniversary of the first official Gay Pride rally in London

Join us in looking back on LGBTQI history in the UK 

Just Like Us shared insight from school children on why Pride matters

The LGBTQI young people’s charity has released an important video in the lead up to School Diversity Week which takes place between 20-24 June. 

Get ready for #HotTransSummer

Both& Apparel launched new swimwear products made for trans masc and non-binary people to feel gender joy this summer

Want to meet the football club that’s putting inclusivity and accessibility into practise?

Brockwell United FC is opening doors to people who have historically been excluded from the game. 

Looking for some new songs to add to your summer playlists?

DIVA’s muso, Eleanor Noyce, has got you covered with her round-up of the hottest releases of the week. 


DIVA magazine celebrates 28 years in print in 2022. If you like what we do, then get behind LGBTQI media and keep us going for another generation. Your support is invaluable. 

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