Chapter Z sits down with Lynks to discuss last year’s highlights, realising their identity through their persona and growing up queer.
Terrence Higgins Trust : Freedom to Exist
Chapter Z has partnered with Terrence Higgins Trust this pride to bring you stunning looks and a reason to keep up your activism.
MNEK and Munroe Bergdorf Talk Black Queer Culture on INFORMAL Podcast
MNEK and Munroe Bergdorf have been icons of the British Black queer community for many years and now they have come together to discuss the impact of the culture on a recent podcast episode.
Drag Race and Diversity: Yellow Doesn’t Define Me
Drag Race UK saw conversations about non-binary identities given the loud speaker. Read how we think this translated to young audiences.
Community Spotlight: Colours Youth Network
We chat with Suriya Aisha, co-director of Colours Youth to find out more about their work and how we can support Colours Youth in 2021.
Modern Love & Chronic Singledom
According to a study compiled by the office of National statistics “Around 7 in 10 of the lesbian, gay or bisexual population are single and have never married or registered a civil partnership”. I am one of those 7 out of 10 people who have never settled down, in this piece I explore how past relationships may have impacted my future choices and explore the argument of why people align single life with unhappiness in our LGBTQ+ community.
Can the Alt-Underground Scene Conquer COVID?
Henry Tolley interviews members of the alternative queer scene to discuss how the queer nightlife community can overcome the pandemic.
Fashion East Becomes Fashion Central
Fashion Writer Beca Montenegro reflects on the designers who showed at Fashion East and their masterful storytelling through clothing.
Heavy Metal And Introspective: Black Womxn Deserve Better
Nwora Emenike discusses the affordances or lack thereof given to Black Womxn in this thought provoking and moving piece. BLACK WOMXN DESERVE BETTER.
Holiday At Home
Holiday At Home is an original fashion story by Alma Rosaz that plays with the idea of taking a break – not in the city, but in one’s mind.