This is a young adult fiction book published by Penguin Random House Children’s UK. Contains spoilers Summary of plot Spencer, a trans-identified female, goes to
If you want the short version … Mridul Wadhwa, the trans-identified man who wormed his way into a protected post meant for women-only as protected in the Equality Act, is not backing down on his recent comments made on the Guilty Feminist podcast. Not one bit.
About the event Needless to say, difficult questions around the complex medical problems arising from cross sex hormone use were never fully discussed. GPs up
Nancy Kelley kicked off a week-long Pride festival held online for NHS staff, funded by NHS England. About the event Why Pride? A history of
About this event Join us to hear Dr. Howard Chiang discuss his new monograph, Transtopia in the Sinophone Pacific. This talk proposes a new paradigm
Introduction So, Shon Faye, Stonewall employee, has a new book out. One likely overly fair critical review of the book has already landed from The
Introduction To think people actually paid to be in the audience to watch Torrey Peters on a screen is kind of mind boggling, but it’s
About this event Join us for one of Switchboard’s digital Pride events, bringing together an incredible panel of artists and activists to celebrate and uplift
Petra, you will recall recently shot to fame when he was made cover girl of WI life, has been busy up and down the Women’s
About the event The debut conversation for our new panel series will explore the intersection of trans masculinity and kink, one night only! The intersection
Contains spoilers and explicit sexual content. So let’s start with damning-with-faint-praise first; this is the best piece of trans-themed art that I have so far
Pink News held a three day conference on the issues faced by the trans and non-binary community. They called this a Trans Summit, which is
About the event Join us to read and discuss Jules Gill-Peterson’s monograph, Histories of the Transgender Child. The session will feature an introduction by Jules
The image Industrial iron ball in black and white to represent ‘pregnant bodies’. Apt. The title Surely a contender for Worst Tautology Award? The blurb
Jamie Windust has written ‘In Their Shoes’ their own personal story about ‘navigating non-binary life’. It’s a wonderful book and the prose bears more than
Sophie Lewis is at the far end of the most loony aspect of ‘feminism’, or any ‘ism’ really, if we’re going to be honest about it.
Cooper wisely decided not to talk about the biological basis of sex, this was ostensibly because it was the ‘focus of a bitter conflict’ and she isn’t a biologist. She acknowledged that women had concerns around single sex spaces, sports, and data collection.