It is easy to be complacent when you live in a country where LGBTQ rights are increasingly respected and enshrined in law. But recent events show that this progress, but in its infancy, may quickly be reversed unless we become a hell of a lot less complacent and more political.
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Ode to the tired, pale foot soldiers of London’s corporate army who are forced to endure the rush hour commute
A walk down London’s South Bank early on a Sunday morning before the crowds arrive reveals some hidden gems & interesting characters (essay & photos)
Today I took a walk around the new Olympic Park’s perimeter, starting at Hackney Wick, passing through the flashy new Westfield shopping centre and ending up in Stratford’s original high street. The area’s seen some major changes, but will the Games realise its promise of economic regeneration?
I once rode the tide of optimistic change that marked the late 1980s. But I have since learnt that a single wave is not nearly enough to defeat tyranny.
Today I am jealous of my American friends; of the opportunity they had to “… place their hands on the arc of history and bend it once more to the hope of a better day”. I stayed up all night to watch the events unfold because for me this is the most exciting political event […]