LGBTQ guests champion queer artworks which are special to them, to mark the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality. From the poetry of Sappho to the songs of Frank Ocean.
"I felt there were clues as to how this guy felt about me"
"Gender doesn't count anymore. What matters is desire in every form"
From Sappho to the songs of Frank Ocean see what Front Row's LGBTQ guests have championed
"It addressed sexuality in ways that hadn't been done before"
"I'm not totally comfortable being gay, whereas he absolutely loves it"
Why she loves Neil Jordan's film but also finds it problematic
How Lorenz Hart wrote the song in code, with a gay subtext
How the poem helped in her struggle with gender identity
Tony champions Alison Bechdel's autobiographical graphic novel and musical
How the song inspired Will to come out as a teenager
"That kiss is a marvellous lesbionic moment"
Moonlight writer Tarell on this ground-breaking doc about drag balls in New York
Why this Roman goblet is so important in LGBTQ history.
The UK's first out Muslim drag queen reflects on faith and sexuality
How this coming-of-age story challenges sexual and gender definitions
"When that piece of music goes on, love has no boundaries"
How Berg created opera's first explicitly gay character
Antony on his love of the play and regrets about not coming out sooner
"It made me feel good about being me"
"It was like lemon juice splashed in my face, it just blew my mind"
How this hugely enjoyable writer "homosexualised" the English novel
"It's special because it has lesbian characters who blossom on the pages"
"White is catching gay life at a key moment when it's developing in very different ways"
“This might seem like quite a lowbrow choice, but Big Brother put us front and centre”
Stephen chooses the comedy duo from Round the Horne
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