Born Again Shoot

Lola Fierce is a Glasgow-based Drag Artist with a newly released single, “Born Again”. It is concerned with reminiscing about the past, the happiness you felt, and wishing you could just go back to live it all over again. Her song covers how Lola felt during lockdown; yearning to be making some new memories! The music video covers a range of themes – most of which Lola feels are relatable to those in the LGBTQ+ community.


”I hope everyone really enjoys and loves the video just as much as I do. It definitely makes me feel proud and happy to be a queer person.“


You can check out more of Lola’s work, and her single “Born Again”, by heading to her Artist Profile.

A Queerativity Tale Chapter four

CW: blood, wound.

Lizzy wishes she could’ve stayed there forever with Sophie. The thought of the apocalypse was far in the back of their mind. The harsh realities of the seemingly empty, still world outside becoming a distant memory. Hours seemed to pass for the both of them as they stared intently at the painting, Lizzy tightening her arms around their girlfriend. Unfortunately, something dragged the two out of their dream, or rather someone. They heard screaming coming from outside the gallery doors, a cry of pain, a cry for help.  Sophie immediately shot up, pulling herself from the warmth of Lizzy’s shoulder and instinctively grabbing their hand, before dragging them both to the front doors of the gallery. 

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“The Words You Find”|MONOLOGUES MARCH

“The Words You Find” – Written by an Anonymous Queerativity Artist and performed by Phoebe Wiseman as part of Queerativity’s Monologues March.

Queerativity’s Monologues March involves showcasing a number of LGBTQ+ Monologues throughout March. Would you like to be involved? Email [email protected]

“Welcome Party”|MONOLOGUES MARCH

“Welcome Party” – Written by Sammy Dean Monroe and Performed by Padraic Riddle as part of Queerativity’s Monologues March.

Queerativity’s Monologues March involves showcasing a number of LGBTQ+ Monologues throughout March. Would you like to be involved? Email [email protected]

“Prayer of Serenity”|MONOLOGUES MARCH

“Prayer of Serenity”, Written by Rebecca Hogan and performed by Ellisha O’Donnell as part of Queerativity’s Monologues March.

Queerativity’s Monologues March involves showcasing a number of LGBTQ+ Monologues throughout March. Would you like to be involved? Email [email protected]

fat 43-year-old seeking a sugardaddy |Monologues March

“Fat 43 year old seeking a sugar daddy”, written and performed by Matt Cogswell as part of Queerativity’s Monologues March.

Queerativity’s Monologues March involves showcasing a number of LGBTQ+ Monologues throughout March. Would you like to be involved? Email [email protected]