How can a man be too straight to recycle? | Owen Jones

Men shun environmental activities for fear of looking gay: proof that homophobia doesnt only harm LGBTQ people, says Guardian columnist Owen Jones So thats how the worlds going to die, is it, because straight men are scared people might think they are gay? According to new outside school gates, affronted that children should be taught that some kids have two mums, our education should do even more to challenge oppressive norms. Who knows: one day men might even recycle rubbish without caring that someone may think they want to elope with another guy. Owen Jones is a Guardian columnist

Pop sensation Dorian Electra: ‘I’m not a woman dressing as a man. It’s more complex’

The gender-fluid pop sensation talks about performing as a stripper, giving queer people strength and dressing up as Bono Invariably, queer pop stars worship David Bowie, and Dorian Electra is no different. My dad got me into Bowie from a really young age, they say. I looked up to androgynous rock stars. Whats less common is worshipping Bono. He was one of my heroes as a kid. I know, funny: everyone hates him. But I really loved him, and used to dress up as him. That was one of my first experiences in what I guess you could call drag, but I would call dressing up. I performed the song Vertigo, just for my family I drew on a little …