The pandemic has forced all nightclubs to close for an entire year, and this has meant a huge amount of
‘We’re here, we’ve always been here, we’re not going anywhere’: Drag Race’s Jinkx Monsoon talks LGBTQ+
Jinkx Monsoon, who was crowned winner and America’s next drag superstar in season 5 of Drag Race, spoke to MM about inclusivity, Trump and transphobia in the LGBTQ+ society.
Drag queen Trixie Mattel talks about her love for the UK drag scene as she brings her one-woman-show to Manchester this month.
LGBT History Month Q&A: Anna Phylactic opens up on being ‘outed’ when brother showed diary to whole school
To celebrate LGBT History Month, MM talk to actor and ‘shock in a frock’ drag artist Dan Wallace aka Anna Phylactic about his experience of coming out and what progress Manchester still has to make towards equality.
LGBT History Month Q&A: Misty Chance on why it’s easier than ever to ‘become an obituary’ in the Village
To celebrate LGBT History Month, MM talk to LGBT figures from across Greater Manchester about their experiences of coming out and what progress they think the city still has to make towards equality.
A festival celebrating LGBT people within Black, Asian and ethnic minority communities is set to take place in Media City.
Facebook says sorry for ‘real name’ policy EIGHT days after Manchester drag queen changed legal title to alias
A Manchester drag performer who legally changed his name to Misty Chance to dodge Facebook’s ‘real name’ policy may be changing it back, after the social media site retracted its guidelines.
What a drag: Facebook rules force Manchester’s Misty Chance into changing legal name to stage moniker
A Manchester drag performer has gone to the greatest of lengths to dodge Facebook’s latest policy which demands all users must now use their ‘real names’ on the social media site.
Major boo boo: Manchester councillor mistakes Foo Foo Lammar Gay Village mural for child killer Myra Hindley
The image of Foo Foo, the legendary Manchester drag queen who had an illustrious career in the city, is part of the new Queerchester mural in the gay village