Learn all about the exciting academic work being done in the area of non-binary gender identities. Also learn what cars are and why assemblage is
Part 2: Jodi Picoult and Jennifer Finney Boylan
An ‘in conversation’ event with Jodi Picoult and Jennifer Finney Boylan, authors of trans-themed novel Mad Honey, interviewed by Juno Dawson. Contains spoilers about the
Part 1: Jodi Picoult and Jennifer Finney Boylan
I read this book following my attendance of an event held with the authors of the book – Jodi Picoult and Jennifer Finney Boylan – when they were (sort of) interviewed by Juno Dawson, which I will write about separately and link here when done.
In the past I have been a big fan of Jodi Picoult, having read pretty much everything she has ever written. However, I stopped a few years ago. I can’t remember the name of the book now but do remember finishing it feeling uneasy and disappointed about the glib manner in which a very serious sexual abuse storyline had been used and the conclusion the author had appeared arrived at.
Review of: The Enby Show
The show was part of a series at the Rich Mix called ‘Rehearsing Utopia’. According to the Rich Mix, utopia involves networking parties for BAME people, discussing systemic racism with a panel of black women no one has ever heard of, a DJ set/club night for LGBTQIA+ people (quiet room included) and this show I’m talking about here, the Enby Show, a sub-par cabaret act. That’s utopia. Not solving world hunger, promoting world peace or even engaging deprived local families in community activities. Times have changed.
More bollocks from Travis
I sought my love out once again and they didn’t fail to deliver. In fact, I think this is the most Emperor’s New Clothes Travis
Review of documentary: Casa Susanna
The blurby bit Sébastien Lifshitz pieces together the story of a pioneering transgender network in this inspiring and essential slice of queer history. In the
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