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Pose, Chemsex, Trans mental health and other LGBTQIA+ stories this week

Pose, Chemsex, Trans mental health and other LGBTQIA+ stories this week


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Every Saturday we send you a summary of the week's top LGBTQIA+ news, queer content you don't want to miss and a beyond the binary spotlight on the voices that deserve to be heard.

💬 In this week's issue:

  • Strike a pose. Why it matters that Pose's lead star, finally got the recognition she deserved with an award win 🏆
  • 'On the cover of a magazine.' Munroe Bergdorf making history on the front cover of Cosmo 👏🏿
  • Compassion. The man who coined the term chemsex died this week, and we still have so much to learn from him 💙

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Pose is an incredible, landmark and undoubtedly - one of the most important TV series of recent times.

The hugely popular American drama television series follows New York City's drag ball culture scene in the 1980 and 90s. It's about a community of African-Americans, Latino and beyond the binary people. And it's moving, emotional and such an enjoyable watch.

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