Trans Rights – MI Gubernatorial Election.

As a politically-involved trans woman, I frequently ponder about where candidates stand on Trans Rights. I have a partner in Grand Rapids, Michigan, who will be electing a new Governor in November, so I figured it would be a good idea to ask each of the MI Gubernatorial Candidates about their positions on Trans Rights. […]

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Highlights of 2017

There’s good and bad stuff every year. It’s generally very easy to remember the bad, whilst disregarding the good. So in an effort to combat this, here are my highlights of 2017. Working with Teaching Staff to create an environment where a Student felt safe to come out (October) Visiting America (November) Launching the Global Greens […]

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Gender Neutral TfL; an empty promise from the Mayor

In November last year, I had a nasty experience on the Transport for London (TfL) Oyster card helpline. In the face of the transphobia I received, I worked with Sian Berry, one of the Green Party’s London Assembly members to resolve it. In response to the incident, Sadiq Khan and Transport for London apologised and […]

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Debating at the Oxford Union

As many of you know, I was recently invited to debate at the Oxford Union. The motion I was invited to speak in proposition of was; “This House Believes A University Must Be A Safe Space”. The debate took place on the 11th of May. I’ve waited to publish this post, so that I could […]

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An attack on our Democracy

I was hoping to be able to write this evening about the West Midlands Mayoral Debates, and whilst I likely will do that, albeit later in the week. I felt it important to address the incident today in London.

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Positive things from 2016

This year has been horrible in so many ways, from Celebrity Deaths to Brexit and Trump, but in each of our lives, there have been good things too. So these are my positive things from 2016. 

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Speech to Coventry Uni about TDoR 2016

Transgender Day of Remembrance is held every year on November the 20th. Tonight (18th) I had the opportunity to speak at Coventry University about TDoR ahead of this year’s commemorations. I’ve decided to publish my speech, so please find it below.

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An image of a rainbow flag flying alongside the Global Greens logo.
Global Greens LGBT+

Today,  the website for the Global Greens LGBT+ Network launched, with it, a series of announcements about the future of the network, and the announcement of the Interim Coordinators until Global Greens Congress 2017.

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