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Transitioning is a complex journey. Questions are asked, self-identity is challenged, sexuality can change, and all this is ongoing. Continue reading
I’ve never really written about my hearing loss, perhaps because it’s so much a part of who I am that I struggle to separate myself from it. I was born with high-frequency hearing loss and I’ve never navigated a world without it, so … Continue reading
One of the factors that transformed my life in Belfast was discovering the Belfast Community Circus School. Before I knew of its existence, I was isolated, lonely and extremely unhappy in Belfast. I had no friends, no social group, nothing … Continue reading
One of the things that’s been on my mind quite a lot lately is the question of who I will date, or rather, who will date me? I no longer identify as a lesbian, as I once did. I would … Continue reading
I’ve realised that I’m waiting. Waiting for medical transition to start, waiting to leave Belfast, waiting for life to start. I used to be terrible at waiting. Now it seems that I’ve become an expert. The issue with waiting, is that once the waiting is over, what am I left with? My life has become consumed by my transition, but once that’s over, what then? Continue reading
Has pride sold out? Is Trans Pride necessary? Should drag queens be allowed at pride? Continue reading
I’m a part of the My Genderation channel on YouTube and this week I take gender apart. Have a watch and share far and wide if you agree!