Tag Archives: intersectionality

After the Election

On 9th November, I woke up to a text from my boyfriend: “Trump has won.” It still hasn’t quite sunk in. I spent most of yesterday reeling, stunned, occasionally losing myself in something else, only for the horror to come crashing … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Anger

My weekend turned out to be very busy. I met up with some old school friends for curry and a catch-up, I went to a food festival with my parents and said hello to some piglets, and I incited racial … Continue reading

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Writing the Body: Stories of sex and gender

Content warning: Cissexism and bioessentialism   Former Reading: Once again, there are plenty of people who’ve written about this before me, from their own lived experience or from another position of greater knowledge. Please check their work out and don’t … Continue reading

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Come to the Cabaret

Oxford is well-known as a city of culture, with everything from classical concerts to the Cowley Road Carnival. Set against this background, Quiltbag Cabaret, a new queer arts night at the East Oxford Community Centre, had an impressive legacy to … Continue reading

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Don’t Lean In, Whip It: A call to white feminism

Former Reading: A lot of women and other people have said what I’m about to say far better than I can, with reference to their own lived experience. Please read their thoughts, and don’t just take my word for things! … Continue reading

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