Pansy EP Release

Today I’m releasing my EP “Pansy” It’s a 32 minute tape of sad queer songs about trauma and love and gender and ugliness, written last spring when I was heartbroken and homeless. Side A has guitar & synth songs with my melodramatic voice crooning about … Continue readingPansy EP Release

“Pansy” EP Pre-Release to benefit the Transgender Law Center, and Action For Trans Health

Today, bandcamp is donating all of their profits to the Transgender Law Center in the US. To maximize the impact, I’m doing a 24 hour release of an A Side / B Side single from my new EP “Pansy” for £1. 15% of the money … Continue reading“Pansy” EP Pre-Release to benefit the Transgender Law Center, and Action For Trans Health

New publications and update

[Image description: large dark green leaves against a millennial pink background] STRIKE! Magazine STRIKE! has just published my essay “Fuck Passing: Class, Respectability, and Trans Healthcare” in their Summer 2017 issue! I’m in brilliant company and could not recommend it highly enough. There will be … Continue readingNew publications and update

Ex-Detainees Speak at 1,000+ Yarl’s Wood Protest

[Image description: “No Human Is Illegal” cardboard sign held up against Yarl’s Wood detention center gates, among many hands and tops of heads, with pink smoke billowing in the background] Content note: discussion of institutional racism and non-graphic mentions sexual & gendered violence “Shut down … Continue readingEx-Detainees Speak at 1,000+ Yarl’s Wood Protest

“Bisexual Banter” Episode 2: Identity

[Image description: Black television (turned off) embedded into a wall which is painted purple on the top and red on the bottom, divided by a horizontal white line] Catch me on youtube talking about bisexuality and identity labels: I still identify as “bisexual”; it’s a … Continue reading“Bisexual Banter” Episode 2: Identity

Interview with a former child detainee at Yarl’s Wood

Yarl’s Wood Immigration Removal Centre is a detention centre in Bedford, UK which mainly houses women and families awaiting immigration. Many detainees are taken to Yarl’s Wood after dawn raids on their homes, and the centre has a history of hunger strikes by detainees protesting … Continue readingInterview with a former child detainee at Yarl’s Wood