Valentine’s Day. That one day of the year when roses become more precious than gold, chocolates double in value and couples buy into a day of romance. Not that love should only be celebrated on one day of the year. With it being so commercialised these days, you can’t not see or hear about it. For the people who haven’t been lucky in love, it’s a stark reminder of their single status but what about those who are single and transgender too?Read More »
Over the years I’ve come to accept that change is needed for us to move forward, to grow and to adapt – for the better. Since coming out as transgender, I do honestly feel my life is better. I’ve been released from a prison and I cherish life and a future. But that’s from 2017 onward. What about life before that?
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I’m pretty passionate about what I believe in. Those that know me well will definitely confirm that!! Getting more involved with press and media articles has given me the chance to speak up for what I believe in. I love that I can. However, sometimes that does also mean having to tackle issues that just make me…angry.Read More »
I cannot believe it’s a brand new year, let alone a brand new decade. Wow. What a year (and decade) the last one was!! One of my New Year’s resolutions at the start of last year was to learn how to solve a Rubik’s Cube. Well…I can only figure out how to do 1 side of a Rubik’s Cube…but I can safely say that I figured something more important. Me…and my purpose.
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Earlier this year, Anderton Park school became the centre of a major LGBT debate simply because they chose to teach young kids about LGBT-related issues. It wasn’t actually anything major. It wasn’t graphic nor was it detailed. In fact it was a really subtle introduction to the very real issues which happen in the very real world. One book mentioned that a penguin chick had 2 dads and a boy who wanted to wear a dress. That’s all. What’s not to like about teaching the next generation to be inclusive and tolerant??!Read More »