On watching episode 2 of Waterloo Road, [series 7] on 23/5/11
I cried yesterday. And even today I’m aware of holding that sadness, a part of me wants to cry today, wants to go back and hold that child, embrace him in protective hug and reassure him it will be ok. Yesterday I saw myself: [...]Continue Reading →
Saturday 21st May: Another trek into London – partly to promote the book, partly for another meeting at Pink Therapy for a discussion and training event on trans issues.
5:30am and the alarm is about to go off so I flick the telly on and try waking more slowly to the BBC news program. [...]Continue Reading →
So, what happens when a genderqueer social activist and a talented photographer hit the streets of Cardiff to take Transgender out of the closet and onto the streets? Tuesday 17th May 2011 – marked IDAHO: –International Day Against Homophobia and our mission was looking to capture and explore people’s reactions to this very [...]Continue Reading →
Every now and again one comes across inspirational stories: I’m posting the links to these blog pages because there’s a quality to the way the narrative is presented. For me there is a real humanity in the story. Katie is still faced with a world that is yet to learn about and properly understand how [...]Continue Reading →
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3rd May 2011: Today you see me wearing jeans: size 10 Girl-jeans, but jeans nonetheless. And that’s ok because ya don’t have to wear a skirt all the time just to prove a point: even cis-girls wear jeans and therefore so do transgender grrls! And today it was an excursion into the [...]