Over the last few weeks I’ve covered pretty much all my specialist health topics: the brain, the mind, the uterus, the vagina, and the cervix, with articles on women’s experiences of trauma, planning a pregnancy when you have epilepsy, cervical cancer screening in the LGBT community, and – simultaneously fascinating and horrifying – vaginal ageing. […]
June 2016 will go down in my memory as a month of horrors, hurt and hatred, bookended by outstanding displays and outpourings of love. In reality the hurt began on 24th May, my second wedding anniversary, with the deportation of a woman I’d come to deeply care for during the nine months I’d been visiting her […]
For The Debrief, I interviewed a young woman and her trans boyfriend about the unique complications of dating a trans guy – covering everything from the impact of gender dysphoria on sex and intimacy, to hurtful reactions from friends and family. Click here to read the article in full.
The alternative title for this blog post is ‘Things I’d be blogging about properly if I wasn’t so overwhelmed by finals.’ Lately I’ve mostly been reading lots and lots of Shakespeare plays and criticism, and quite a few French grammar books because somehow (though I’ve no idea how) the last 4 years of my undergraduate […]
Everyone’s favourite Telegraph blogger, Cristina Odone has written an article explaining that she’s not a hateful bigot. If that sounds to you a bit like “I’m not a sexist/racist/homophobe but…” then you need look no further for that “but” than the article’s headline: [I’m not a hateful bigot but…] Why should gay couples get such […]