An image of a painting by Horace Fisher titled “Alas, poor Yorick!” of the scene from Shakespeare’s Hamlet. The scene shows three men in a graveyard. Two are well dressed and positioned above the rag cloth dressed man who looks up at them from inside an open grave. One of the well dressed men is holding a skull.

Former Anti-SJW YouTuber Gets Shoutout From JK Rowling

Sinead Watson, a detransitioned woman, has campaigned and been part of the anti-trans movement even before she detransitioned. This because she had always taken a position against other transgender people and feminists in general with her anti-SJW YouTube content. She even got a shout out by JKR’s previous favourite Scottish woman, Magdalen Berns.
A pad on a desk with a pen resting on it. Some writing reads "A writer's stoy".

Why I Won’t Write For Indy Voices Any More

I was super proud to be commissioned for Indy Voices a few years ago. I sent every piece to my parents like “look, its...
Group photo of activists and campaigners for Stonewall mostly dressed in Stonewall red t-shirts which read phrases such as “Some people are gay, get over it” and so forth. There are also many, many signs and rainbows. Wholesome.

What is “Stonewall Law”?

Today it’s the largest LGBTQIA+ charity in Europe, so it’s no surprise it’s become the target of European queerphobia.
An image of Dunnottar Castle in Scotland. A coastal castle on the very edge of a cliff.

Scotland Announces GRA Reform Proposal

It removes the need to have anything signed off by a doctor, it opens it up to 16 year olds and the wait is cut down significantly from 2 years to 3 months. Though it is still an arbitrary wait nonetheless which could certainly be improved by simply not existing at all.
An image of Vladimir Putin via Wikimedia Commons

Transphobes Are Blaming Trans People For Vladimir Putin

I just don’t have the words for this one, which is not stellar since I am a writer. When it was just one or...
transgender fear

Fear

As we get this project started, I'm going through some old writing that I let fall from my head at the start of my...