Wednesday , 29 January 2020

UnDividingLines is the free LGBT+ magazine for the Scottish Highlands and Islands and contains articles, features and reviews submitted from across the region. Primarily aimed at helping build a more connected, supportive and energised local LGBT+ community, it also hopes to increase wider awareness of the interests and issues affecting LGBT+ people in the Highlands and Islands. To subscribe, to contribute, or for any further information, email:

Video Gayming – the Queer world of computer games


  Video games as an entertainment format are still in their infancy. In the 45 year period since the arcade game Computer Space first commercially introduced the concept of playing electronic games on a screen, games have evolved and continued to mature as a medium. Games are now capable of telling rich stories in a uniquely personal way; the player ...

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The Sad End of Hector MacDonald

Major General Sir Hector Archibald MacDonald (1853–1903), KCB, DSO by Ernest H. Longdon.

‘Fighting Mac’, Major General Sir Hector Archibald MacDonald, Knight Commander of the Bath, Distinguished Service Order, Aide de Camp, Doctor of Laws, was a name on everyone’s lips in the closing years of Victoria’s reign. Born near the Highland village of Conon Bridge in 1853, he joined the ‘Gay Gordons’ as a teenager, commencing a meteoric rise through army ranks ...

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Philipp Tanzer (Logan McCree) interviewed

Philipp Tanzer

Philipp Tanzer, more widely known as Logan McCree, has moved from his native Germany to the far northwest of Scotland, making his home in the small Sutherland community of Durness. David Downing ventured north to meet him. What was it that made you decide to move to Scotland and how have people adjusted to having a gay porn actor in ...

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UnDividingLines: LGBTI magazine of the Highlands and Islands

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The Highlands and Islands of Scotland now have their first ever LGBTI+ magazine: UnDividingLines. The Highlands and Islands make up one third of the national landmass, are 3 billion years old in parts, and offer a landscape that people travel from around the world to see. There may be the Loch Ness monster but there’s not a single LGBTI+ cafe, ...

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