The Joy of Imbalance

I have alluded to my religious leanings a few times, insofar as I have any. I had no religious upbringing, for which I am grateful: dogmatic upbringings and happy outcomes with parents on LGBT issues tend not to go together well... Nonetheless, I was drawn to the figure of Christ at university, after encountering a... Continue Reading →

Defective Male

A name that has been cropping up quite a lot in the online trans (and wider LGBT) community of late is that of the eminent Australian academic and feminist author Germaine Greer. Notwithstanding her contributions to feminism, most famously her 1970 text The Female Eunuch, she also has a well-noted antipathy towards transgendered women, exemplified... Continue Reading →

Visit to the GP…

The dreaded moment finally arrived yesterday morning… Following an early start and a walk in the freezing cold along Bute Street, my spouse and I arrived at our new GP practice in order to be early in the queue for the walk-in surgery. We were indeed early… which meant only an hour and a half... Continue Reading →

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