Why adultery needs to go

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This week, I have been thinking about adultery. Not committing it, you understand, just thinking about the nature of it. I sent out a media release regarding Jersey’s consultation on equal marriage and Liberate‘s support for the work that the Chief Minister’s department has done on it. As well as … Continue reading

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Coming out as an activist

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  I happened upon the above piece by Beck Bailey about the need to tread a line, when you come out as trans*, between answering questions to help educate cisgender people and maintaining an appropriate tone to the questions. I had exactly that concern this week before I was interviewed … Continue reading

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“Sex” discrimination and trans* toilet issues, again

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This week, the government of the tiny island that I call home launched their consultation into the second phase of the roll-out of discrimination legislation. I, of course, took a look at it. Broadly, the proposals are the same as those enshrined within the UK’s Equality Act 2010 so I … Continue reading

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The gay-friendly islands?

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I live in Jersey in the Channel Islands and was shocked just before Christmas by a local headline from our sister isle of Guernsey about a children’s entertainer whose dog was maimed in a homophobic hate crime. It took five days for the incident to reach the national pink press … Continue reading

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