I know what I want

I have always known what shape I wanted my life to take, but I didn't always know what it was called. Like a hazy view of the distance that's slowly coming into focus as you move closer. Sometimes I knew it because I was clear about what I wanted, but other times I knew it... Continue Reading →

Taking pride in being bi, pan or queer

This weekend just gone should have been the annual Pride in London and UK Black Pride events, but the current situation means that things have taken a different shape this year with Pride returning to its protest roots. Online events have sprung up too; last weekend I attended Bi Pride UK's excellent online Bi-Fi Festival... Continue Reading →

Bi Visibility Day

As today is Bi Visibility Day, I thought I'd take the time to be a bit more visible and remind readers that a) bisexuals exist, and b) I'm one of them. As a woman in a long term committed relationship with a man, I am very often read as straight. When I joined the LGBTQ+... Continue Reading →

May Lust List: Drag Race

I've lost count of the number of friends with whom I talk about RuPaul's Drag Race. It's the ultimate reality show for anyone with even a passing interest in glamour. Seriously though, if you're not watching season 9 on Netflix, what are you watching? Come for the fierce make up, sky high wigs, glorious gowns... Continue Reading →

Review: Museum of Transology

When the Museum of Transology launched, it was announced as the largest and boldest collection of trans artefacts and photographic portraiture ever displayed in the UK. A highly intimate exhibition which challenges the idea that gender is fixed, binary and biologically determined, it explores how these artefacts have helped to fashion self-shaped gender identities. Curator... Continue Reading →

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