We need to change the dangerous narrative that all children are cisgender and heterosexual and that the supportive parents of transgender kids are abusive or pushy, argues Mia Violet
Guest Blogger // 29 October 2016
Our fourth post of reviews from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Today we're covering comedy. We'll have two more short comedy reviews at the end of next week
Various Authors // 14 August 2016
In a culture which categorises some groups of women as unattractive, D H Kelly explores how this has an effect far beyond whether or not we find love or get laid
D H Kelly // 8 July 2016
Mary Paterson reviews a double bill of STELLA and Adam’s Apple, both part of LIFT, and speaks with STELLA’s writer and director, Neil Bartlett
Mary Paterson // 10 June 2016
Gender segregated toilets are something we take for granted, but D H Kelly argues that gender neutral public toilets might be better for everyone
D H Kelly // 28 March 2016
Elizabeth Howard-Ahern writes an open letter to Germaine Greer, whose troubling views on transgender issues are not consistent with an otherwise powerful feminist philosophy
Elizabeth Howard-Ahern // 19 November 2015
D H Kelly has a look at Louis Theroux's recent documentary, focused on the experiences of transgender children and their parents, and considers whether the programmme does justice to their stories
D H Kelly // 26 April 2015
D H Kelly explores what being a cisgender woman means and doesn't mean and how a failure to acknowledge our own, often complicated, gender identities can lead us to let down our trans sisters
D H Kelly // 25 September 2014
For anyone who has been following the lead-up to the recent military trial and conviction of the former United States Army soldier Private Manning in Texas, her announcement today will, in all likelihood, come as nothing of a surprise.
Helen G // 22 August 2013
Melda Yuksel is murdered in Turkey, the latest victim in an undeclared war against transgender women.
Helen G // 15 February 2012
Should documents be gendered? On the basis of a distinctly unscientific poll, taken amongst a group of feminist academics yesterday, the answer is easy: if gender is not strictly necessary,...
Jane Fae // 20 September 2011
Via the Department of English at the University of Pennsylvania: Transgendered Feminism full name / name of organization: MP an online feminist jourmal contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org MP: Transgendered (Fall issue)...
Helen G // 27 April 2011
In its first Transgender e-bulletin, the coalition Government’s Minister for Equalities, Lynne Featherstone, says: We recognise transgender issues are distinct and need to be addressed separately. This is why we will also be publishing...
Helen G // 12 April 2011
In XXY, a film from Argentina, Alex, the film’s protagonist, is a 14 year old intersex child who comes face to face with society’s prejudice.1 The close knit community of this small fishing village is populated by people this child would have viewed as neighbours. However because of the child’s intersexuality which in this case shows a female bodied child gradually turning male which is suggested abundantly throughout the film.
sokari // 16 December 2008