In memory of Naomi Hersi: Exploring the Exhibition

In celebrating LGBQT+ History month, LSE Arts are hosting an exhibition detailing key QTIPOC campaigners, their experiences and their fight for equal rights through visual media. You are immediately faced with a bold, life-sized painting drafted by Amir Khadar. Khadar’s…

LSE named as a top LGBTQ+ UK employer

The LSE has been named one of the top employers for lesbian, gay, bi, and trans staff in 2019. This comes after the publication of Stonewall’s top 100 list for LGBTQ+ employers was published this year. The LSE ranks 92…

Activist Pioneers Kick Off LSE LGBT+ History Month Events

On Friday 1 February, three prominent activists instrumental in the founding of the LGBT+ movement shared their stories in a public lecture. OUTing The Past is a campaign started in 2005 by LGBT+ charity Schools OUT UK to raise awareness…

My Non-Binary Diary: Coming Out (Again)

Written by anon So I just tried to come out (again) to my Mum. I say ‘tried’, in that her response was simply to tell me to “stop worrying”. How else to combat my dysphoria, than to simply forget it’s there?…

A Successful Pride Week for the LSE LGBT+ Community

Deemed as a great success, LSESU’s Pride Week is over. The special week included a Drag show, film screening and several socials. The campaign’s purpose is to celebrate the LGBT+ community at the university. The general feeling from students is…

My Non-Binary Diary: Perfume Genius

Written by anon Only a few days earlier I had finally mustered the courage to wear a dress in public again. The glitter-bearded 80s-grandma look I had first settled on singled me out as not quite girly-femme. Instead, the perverse ecstasy…

LGBTQ+ Activism: “An Uphill Battle” – Interview with Magda Orlander, LGBTQ+ Activist, Luxembourg

By Taryana Odayar. This week, in order to gain a meaningful insight into the important LGBTQ+ activism being carried out, I had the opportunity of interviewing Magda Orlander, a Luxembourger who has certainly done her fair share of activism. Her…