Title - TransMission: My Quest To A Beard Author - Alex Bertie Pages (Paperback) - 304 Pages Release Date - 2nd November 2017 Rating - 4/5 “I’m not good at first impressions, but screw it: here we go. My name’s Alex Bertie, I like pugs, doughnuts and retro video games. I have tattoos, I make … Continue reading TransMission by Alex Bertie – Book Review
Everytime I write a post about LGBT+ rights, I always feel like 'Should I post this?', 'Is it worth it?'. I've heard so many times from people at school, and in college that 'Youre gay, we get it' and I recluse back into a shell of my former self-consious self and leave it in my … Continue reading We Get It, You’re Gay.
A phrase that I have heard one too many times and if you even have to ask that question then please, go and educate yourself on history. Read a book, search the internet.. whatever you have to do to understand why this question should not leave your mouth at all, or why the thought should … Continue reading When Will We Have a ‘Straight Pride’?
Lately, I've been seeing a lot of people invalidating bisexuality with comments along the lines of 'It's just a phrase', 'Pick a side!'. I, personally, am so tired of the pure ignorance and disrespect that those who identify as bisexual have to endure on a daily basis. If you are bisexual and have had your … Continue reading Bisexuality is valid.
A few years ago, when I was struggling to come to terms with myself, I was trying to figure out a way to give myself some comfort, and so, I brought up YouTube on my IPod and tapped in 'Coming out' in the search bar. I was greeted by a huge range of results, as … Continue reading Girl Heart Girl – Lucy Sutcliffe
I'm assuming by now that most of you have heard about the Orlando shootings, but for some of you who haven't, I'll break it down for you. The general gist is that a gunman entered a gay nightclub in Orlando and shot dead 49 people, leaving 53 people injured. This obviously took the world by … Continue reading We Will Not Be Silenced
This absolutely disgusted me when I saw this on my newsfeed. First of all, the media are insisting on misgendering him. His name was Kayden Clarke. That was what he identified as, and no one has any right to disrespect that. Although, Kayden was not allowed to transition because he had special needs. He was denied … Continue reading His Name Was Kayden.