1. Kaos Queer+ Journal of Queer Studies gives priority to articles that aim at questioning homophobic and transphobic discourses and practices while using scientific and critical methods.
2. Kaos Queer+ encourages interdisciplinarity and transdisciplinarity due to the journal’s mission.
3. Kaos Queer+’s publishing policy is in accordance with the universally defined human rights and freedoms.
4. Kaos Queer+ does not publish articles that include discourse of hatred targeting any social group.
5. Kaos Queer+ does not publish articles that have been published before.
6. All articles and reviews submitted to Kaos Queer+ are subject to the preliminary review of the Editorial Board. If found compatible with the Journal’s theme, content and style, articles are sent to two different referees for review.
7. In Kaos Queer+, if one reviewer’s review is affirmative and the other is negative, then the article or review is sent to a third reviewer. For any article or review to be published, affirmative reviews of two reviewers are required.
8. In accordance with the reviews, the Editorial Board of Kaos Queer+ makes any of the following three decisions: publication without any change, review and resubmit, rejection. This decision is issued to the author. The Editorial Board of Kaos Queer+ decides upon the issue within which each article will be published.
9. Articles and reviews that are published in the Editorial Board of Kaos Queer+ do not reflect the KAOS-GL Association’s views. Authors of articles and reviews are responsible from what they write.
10. All articles and reviews that are published in Kaos Queer+ can only be used with proper referencing.
11. Kaos Queer+ does not publish articles and reviews that include plagiarism, forgery, distortion and undeserved authorship that are not in accordance with scientific and academic ethics.
12. Kaos Queer+ requires authors to make proper references to other written material in their articles and reviews.
13. Kaos Queer+ requires authors to comply with the principle of informed consent in researches they conduct in accordance with scientific and academic ethics.