Introduction Sarah Jane Baker, formerly Alan Baker, is a trans-identified male who has spent 30 years in prison for two violent offences. This is a
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.
Book Review: What it feels like for a girl, by paris lees
Lees made the brave decision to write his very first book in dialect. I understand Lees had two editors at Penguin, neither of whom were
Review of documentary ‘cracks in the patriarchy’
Link to trailer. The most imaginative thing about this documentary, is the title itself – Cracks in the Patriarchy. The film comprises seven LGBTQI+ talking
Film review of ‘dusk’
Yet another thread that Threadreaderapp refused to roll out. It’s from June 2019. Last week I went to Queerbee, a shorts film night showcasing queer
Review of documentary ‘hail satan!’
Despite writing this not that long ago, Threadreadapp refused to unroll it, perhaps it was cursed by the Satanists, I really don’t know. So Hail
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