At heart, Juliet Jacques’ transgender coming-out story is about what it’s like to be an outsider. I reviewed Trans: a memoir for the Winter 2015 New Humanist.
In the aftermath of #piggate, I was joined by Reni Eddo-Lodge and Marie Le Conte to discuss political sex scandals for Novara FM.
Control of the self should not be underestimated as a form of power. Originally published in the Autumn 2015 issue of the New Humanist.
Verso commissioned me to write a piece about Juliet Jacques new memoir, Trans. It was shared by the trans artists Darkmatter and went viral. Originally published on the Verso blog.
For me the legal barriers that block living authentically are upsetting. But for others they are downright dangerous. Originally published by Transformation.
Earlier this year Novara media commissioned me to put together a radio show about mental health, along with a week of articles. My guests are Annie Cohen and Wail Qasim. […]
You can download it for free at the Lawrence and Wishart website. The young generation aren’t apathetic. We’re disenfranchised, under or unemployed, insecure and anxious. But we’re also angry. We […]
If unhappiness is the human condition, what’s the point of mindfulness? Originally published on openDemocracy. Misery is one of life’s great pleasures. Not just because it is easy, far more […]
The Home Office says that asylum seeker Aderonke Apata can’t be a lesbian as she has had children with a man. The new Solidarity with Aderonke Tumblr project tells a different […]
The Israeli government deliberately invokes terrorist attacks, rockets, and frightening brown men in headscarfs to stoke the population’s fear, but I am scared of the racism Zionists use to justify […]