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For a background to this post, read my article, Linda Bellos and Venice Allan. A case to answer? It was likely that wading through the endless reams of paperwork might take the court some time (ie all day) so we … Continue reading
The women of Twitter answer the billion dollar question. I asked “Hey Twitter peeps, please explain how one ‘lives life as a woman’ and how people are supposed to deal with someone who wishes to be ‘treated as a … Continue reading
Helena is a young woman who is a detransioner; a young woman who got a prescription for testosterone after a single, hour-long appointment; a young woman who has agreed to write a guest post about her ROGD experience for this … Continue reading
Last night I got myself a Twitter ban. I’d never had one before. There were several windows open on my laptop, and a friend on facebook had posted a picture of Shon Faye’s Twitter feed (see left). Shon & I … Continue reading
The third- and hopefully final- part of ITV’s mini-drama Butterfly hit our screens tonight. (See also my reviews of episodes 1 and 2) Although Vicky hasn’t made time to phone Stephen or Lily, Max has posted a selfie of himself … Continue reading
On the bus today, middle-child kicked my foot and rolled her eyes towards the bloke behind me. He was sitting facing her on the seat kitty-corner to hers. I looked over. He was reading a folded-over tabloid newspaper, & a … Continue reading
Episode 2 of ‘Butterfly’ hit our screens last night, and what a whirlwind it was. As the opening credits rolled the self-described ‘truthful and powerfully beautiful drama’ opened with a scan of Max’s dressing table: moving past the snarling dinousaurs … Continue reading