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Journalist Like Me, Wes Streeting, Heartstopper and other LGBTQIA+ stories this week
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Journalist Like Me, Wes Streeting, Heartstopper and other LGBTQIA+ stories this week

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Every Saturday QueerAF sends you a summary of the queer world, bursting with LGBTQIA+ content - all while we support queer creatives. It's written by me, Jamie Wareham, and a different queer creative each week.

💬 This week:

  • Trans athletes. The headlines suggest there is division, but a resurfaced study shows once again that the majority support trans folk.
  • Lesbian Visibility Week. Starts on Monday, it celebrates lesbians and shows solidarity with all LGBTQI women and non-binary people in our community.
  • A shared vision. We believe the UK media industry only thrives when it’s bursting with queer talent. We've partnered with the newly launched LGBTQ+ Journalism Network to fund a joint series of content - the first two articles are in today’s newsletter.

Skip the doom scrolling. Let us work out the queer world for you. We are QueerAF – and so are you.

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LGBTQIA+ people are still facing life-or-death decisions in Ukraine. We're resting 'Live Laugh Love' and have a section about queer Ukrainian lives instead.
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🏳️‍🌈 Why wasn't journalism working for me?

It's three months since I launched QueerAF as a CIC next week. Today  I'm excited to launch a new partnership between QueerAF and the LGBTQ+ Journalism Network. Here is my contribution to our new series: 'Journalist Like Me'

Delivering for ad traffic has gotten in the way of pitching exciting queer content throughout my career. That’s why I’ve set up a platform without them

I remember sneaking into town to buy a copy of a gay mag for the first time.