As a transgender person I have had my own personal battle with acceptance; the acceptance of family, friends and society. Nearly three years into my transition I stumbled across a […]
A romcom centred around a Jewish career woman set out to find the right man ends up instead finding the right woman – enough to attract my attention. However, another […]
Writing let’s me meet all the people I’ve been wondering about.
The person you are today could be better than the person you were yesterday.
Don’t rely on reflections to tell you who you are.
Are ghosts real? I don’t know. But I’m sat up at 4:30am because I think they might exist. Granted I probably shouldn’t have watched American Horror Story until the early […]
A strange title I know. But something happened yesterday that has never happened before. I’m twenty years old. I’ve been transitioning since I was seventeen. But I’ve never been in […]
Carmen Carrera is an actress, model, performer and transgender activist. She first appeared on television in RuPaul’s drag race before she transitioned, and is now modelling with the Elite Model […]
*Disclaimer – These are my personal views, I am not telling anyone how to bind their chest* We’ve all had the conversation. Don’t tape your chest it’ll break your ribs. […]
*This Post Contains Spoilers* Guillermo del Toro is well on his way to becoming a household name. We all have fond memories of his Hell Boy films, where he also […]
*This post contains spoilers* Michael Winterbottom’s The Face Of An Angel, released in 2015, had a negative response from critics. A fictional film about filmmaker, Thomas, who is commissioned to tell […]
Disclaimer… These thoughts are my own and I do not wish to influence anyone’s beliefs or thoughts on religion as a concept or as their own personal belief. Summary Genesis: the […]
*This Post Contains Spoilers* A lesbian duo of Annette Bening and Julianne Moore, a young Mia Wasikowska and Josh Hutcherson playing their kids and a sperm donor in the form […]
Today is International Women’s Day, a great day. A day that reminds us of women’s struggle to be considered on par with men, to be equal to men. A struggle […]
*This Post Contains Spoilers* Jamie Babbit’s first feature length film, But I’m A Cheerleader’s comical antics leaves the audience reeling with laughter. Laughter towards obnoxious gender expectation and obscene yet fairly accurate […]
As I’ve already mentioned in other posts, I recently attended a series of talks given by the Christian union at my university. Since then my mind has been racing about […]
Big thank you to Brixton Jaxx for nominating me for this award. It means a lot that we can read each other’s stories, learn from one another and feel not so alone. […]