The problem of comparing self-promoting white people doing blackface with the millions of trans people worldwide is explored by Sam Hope.
A media circus has blown up over a scuffle between trans and anti-trans activists at Speaker’s Corner. Sam Hope explores some context.
Guest writer Chay Brown, an activist from the National Union of Teachers, responds to the assertions that the reforms to the gender recognition act are in contradiction to the rights of others.
Annette Pryce discusses the use of a well known phrase.
Annette Pryce analyses the progress of the trade union movement in light of some negative reactions to the reform of the Gender Recognition Act.
Writer and activist Sam Hope discusses why Barrowman’s ‘transgender tardis’ comment was certain to bait the trans community.
Transport for London’s decision to introduce more inclusive language has provoked outrage – and not just from those you might expect. Lee Williscroft-Ferris takes issue with selfish cis gay men.
Every movement has its beginnings. For the trans, non-binary, and intersex community this event is known as the Compton Cafeteria Riots. Angel Rojas takes a look at this often forgotten moment in LGBTQ+ history.
Looking at both an alt-right attack on trans woman Sophie Labelle, and an attack by another trans woman, India Willoughby, on non-binary people, guest writer Sam Hope uses these unconnected incidents to examine some important questions.
To kick of our Gender Month, Karen Pollock expresses her disappointment with celebrities who want to police who is “trans enough”.