About Another Queer Day

Since the early 1970s and the emergence of the modern LGBTQI rights movement in Western countries, we’ve seen considerable improvement in rights and freedoms for those who don’t fit or wish to conform to “traditional” models of gender, sexuality and relationships.

Activists have long warned that this new normalisation of LGBTQI life is fragile, and that it only takes a small shift in society to return us to a world of prejudice, rejection and physical danger from both individuals and nation states.

Many of the long-established online sources of LGBTQI news, information and culture have been bought up by conventional media companies and shifted more towards mainstream journalism with a queer twist or have become little more than broad-based entertainment sites.   Another Queer Day remains independent, ever-curious, quirky and opinionated.