Tag: coming out
Section 28 (2.0): why we can’t be willfully blind or performative allies & who benefits from the polarisation of sex versus gender?
In the light of a right-wing mainstream media driving a flailing UK government’s sinister rhetoric on trans rights, in an attempt to regain populism, we need allies to stop being performative and others to stop being willfully blind as we careen toward Section 28 2.0. We need to ask who benefits from the polarisation of sex versus gender?
Today is #ComingOutDay. Serendipitous that it comes after #WorldMentalHealthDay. I always knew I was “different”. Aged five, my first ever crush was the Little Mermaid’s Prince Eric (I mean, who didn’t love those blue eyes?). And I vehemently do not buy into the fact that sexuality is a choice. But I wish I was braver […]
Now, for a change, this one is easy. There are lots of things that make me happy, in fact, I could write a list as long as my arm, but top six – easy peasy! My family: I am extremely close to my family: my mum, Carole, dad, Adam, and siblings, Kevin and Jennifer. They […]