Tom Daley ‘came out’ today and JOE GOODMAN has something to say about it.
CHRIS McKEON talks, anonymously, to a gay Blue about homosexuality in Cambridge sport.
Every man is entitled to his opinion, whether or not we think they are abhorrent, insists student of Winter JAMES FLESHER.
HARRY PRANCE finds himself wishing for some good old-fashioned sex or possibly even something else.
Cambridge is the UK’s most gay-friendly higher education institution, according to a recent survey conducted by Stonewall.
BRIONY BATES wants to love Denim, but is thwarted by its terrible sound.
NICK CORDINGLY asks whether the the infamous Adonians are as archaic as we think.
It’s OK to be gay, but Culture Editor JOE BATES finds a gay play which is refreshingly about a lot more than just that.
Homophobia, rowing, turds and carnivals in Oxford this week. JAMES ROTHWELL reports.
THE THEATRE GUIDE DOG leads you safely through the fornicating minefields of V-Day.
Fresh fresher flesh fails to warm CAITLIN DOHERTY’s stony socialist heart.
Kim K got married and then divorced within 72 days. Why shouldn’t gay couples get the chance to do so too?
An unknown Cambridge Don was blackmailed by a rent boy for £6,000, it emerged yesterday.
The outgoing-Cambridge Conservative Association Chair has been accused of homophobia for comments made on his Facebook page.
JEFF CARPENTER soars on wings of camp musical glory.
TOM RASMUSEN wonders why all the eligible would-be gay guys are still back in Narnia and not in his arms.