LGBTI Consultation Conference

Really learning a lot at the NASUWT LGBTICC #lgbticc21 It makes me realise how far we have come, but also how far we have to go too. Particularly with respect to Intersex and Transgender rights. In order to do that, we need to challenge ALL inequality as any division divides us all.

Demanding progressive change to the Gender Recognition Act

Next Thursday and Friday is the TUC LGBT+ conference. l was recently elected on to the National LGBT Advisory Panel for my Trade Union and will not only be attending, I will be speaking! Indeed, I will be, “Demanding progressive change to the Gender Recognition Act!”

Knickers

l read a question the other day about men who wear women’s knickers. I cannot remember the exact wording but there was something about the fact that men’s and women’s knickers are shaped differently as men and woman’s bodies are shaped differently in that region and therefore, as the underwear is not on display, surely,Continue reading “Knickers”

How to wear women’s clothes stealthily

One of the worst things about being a woman stuck in a man’s body is the awful choice there is at the moment in men’s clothes! The colours are drab, browns and dark greens; the cuts are loose and shapeless. There is just no excitement at all! And don’t get me started on shoes becauseContinue reading “How to wear women’s clothes stealthily”

Hair

If you are closeted, what do you do about your hair? Most men don’t notice, but there are enormous differences between men’s hair and women’s hair, though admittedly, for the trendy young, those differences are smaller than they used to be. But I am perceived to be neither trendy, nor young! I do, as IContinue reading “Hair”

Introducing Charlotte

Have you ever looked at a women walking past and thought “I like what she is wearing? That looks really comfortable!” Have you felt your biological clock ticking, when talking to a pregnant woman brings out feelings of jealousy that are so strong you cannot speak about them? Do you sit around chatting with yourContinue reading “Introducing Charlotte”