Scarlett Coughlan

Journalist and editor based in London

Drive-Away Dolls is the lesbian comedy of 2024

If you’ve ever wanted to see Margaret Qualley channelling her inner masc (who hasn’t?), you’re in luck. Drive-Away Dolls, the first of a lesbian B-roll trilogy from queer director Trisha Cooke and husband Ethan Coen, stars our favourite Once Upon A Time In Hollywood actor as a serial heartbreaker who gets mixed up in crime – and romance – with Blockers’ Geraldine Viswanathan.

The film follows Jamie (Margaret), who has broken up with yet another girlfriend (Beanie Feldstein) and decides to join

New Mean Girls movie gets the DIVA seal of approval

This yassified, Gen Z-version of the ultimate chick flick is outstanding

So… The long-awaited Mean Girls remake is finally here. It’s been 20 years since the last one and, while a lot has changed in the world, the curious desire to revisit the woes of high school from a safe distance (the same masochism that inspires us to watch true crime documentaries) has remained the same.

But unlike a true crime show, this new blockbuster has a heartwarming feel-good edge, with a lot more singing and a de

The most exciting queer releases coming out in 2024

Get ready for one of the biggest years in LGBTQIA television and film yet!

Brand new romantic thrillers with KStew. Remakes of queer classics. The return of our favourite sapphic shows. 2024 is going to bring lots of quality queer content to the big and small screens. And we’re not going to let you miss any of it. Here’s a list of the films and series to watch out for this year.

True Detective will return to our screens with a fourth season on 15 January. Set in the fictional town of Ennis, Al

Cate Blanchett launches new programme to help female, trans and non-binary filmmakers

The Carol star has started this venture with Coco Francini and Dr Stacy L. Smith

When Cate Blanchett – DIVA-favourite, Oscar-winner and star of LGBTQIA dramas Carol and Tár – walked onto set to learn she was the only woman there, she knew she had to do something.

In an interview with People, Blanchett revealed: “I was not only the only woman in front of the camera, I was the only woman on set. My shoulders sank. I wasn’t angry, I was disappointed.”

In response to the incident at the unnamed m

Station 19 fandom battle to save their favourite inclusive show

The show has been praised for its representation of BIPOC and LGBTQIA characters

Station 19’s hardcore fandom is doing everything they can to save their favourite show after ABC recently declared its cancellation.

The statement came as a surprise to fans following the recent announcement of the show’s seventh season – slated for May 2024 – during which it will celebrate its 100th episode.

The Grey’s Anatomy spinoff follows the lives of the firefighters at the Seattle Fire Department. Starring

Will LGBTQIA fans be welcome at Saudi Arabia’s 2034 World Cup?

Concerns have been raised that the game’s new host could lead to a repeat of the Qatar World Cup

With Saudi Arabia set to host the 2034 World Cup, LGBTQIA fans are wondering what football’s return to the Middle East means for them.

Saudi Arabia is one of 65 jurisdictions around the world to criminalise same-sex relationships. Punishments for the offence range from jail time to the death penalty.

Despite their strict laws against homosexuality, Saudi Arabia’s sports minister, Prince Abdulaziz

#SaveWarriorNun: LGBTQIA fans left devastated following the latest “Cancel Your Gays” announcement

“After cementing the characters as canonically queer, Netflix shut the door on any further exploration of their relationship”

When you’ve got a Top 10 trending, fan favourite, sapphic fantasy drama series like Netflix’s Warrior Nun, there’s only one logical thing to do – cancel it. Despite receiving the highest audience score on Rotten Tomatoes for a Netflix original show, on 13 December it was announced that there would be no third season for the beloved series.

Based on the comic book charac

Catholic Fairytales: a Queer Reclamation of the Church by Designer Patrick McDowell

Patrick McDowell, since graduating from Central Saint Martins, has made it his mission to make sustainable beautiful. From launching the first ever swap shop at London Fashion week, to joining forces with PINKO to create the global success that is Reimagined, their most renewable collection yet, (available at Selfridges for those who want to get their hands on it!), McDowell never ceases to come up with innovative ways to make the world of fashion more environmentally ethical, one Swarovski crys

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