A Soho to Guide

A Soho to Guide

(This covers east of Wardour Street and south of Brewer Street.) Once synonymous with the sex industry (both gay and straight) and London’s nightlife, Soho has been smartening up over the years. This has seen the area clean up its act, but in the process concerns have been raised that it’s losing it’s character. As…

Art & Queer Culture

Art & Queer Culture

Published to coincide with the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots in June 1969, Phaidon is releasing a revised and updated edition of their acclaimed historical survey of queer art and culture by Catherine Lord and Richard Meyer. Essays by the authors delve into the oft hidden worlds of queer culture allowing us a window…

Unexpected Fluids

Unexpected Fluids

From BBC Radio 1 comes the podcast we all need to brighten our day. Hosted by Riyadh Khalaf of YouTube and BBC Three fame, and Alix Fox an award winning writer, broadcaster and sex educator, Unexpected Fluids is a light hearted exploration of all those sexual quirks, fetishes and failures we’ve all had whether gay…

The Watches of Fears

The Watches of Fears

When it comes to the British luxury market, there are fewer more respected. It speaks to craftsmanship, quality and heritage. These three principals are at the core of Fears, the family watch company founded in 1846 by Edwin Fear and re-founded by his great-great-great-grandson Nicholas Bowman-Scargill in 2016. After years working for Rolex, Nicholas took…