Category: LGBTQIA

0 Comment on Queer Rep In The Time of COVID – why a socially distanced Ballum wedding is not a step backwards
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Queer Rep In The Time of COVID – why a socially distanced Ballum wedding is not a step backwards

The fact that Ben and Callum’s wedding is so tightly connected with other stories and characters is actually a sign that EastEnders has taken several important steps forward.

0 Comment on Queerly Autistic: My Book Is Out Today!
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Queerly Autistic: My Book Is Out Today!

After more than two years of writing, wrangling and occasionally weeping, my book, Queerly Autistic: The Ultimate Guide for LGBTQIA+ Teens on the Spectrum, is out today!

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Queerly Autistic Resources

An up-to-date list of resources on different topics for LGBTQIA+ autistic people, as featured in my book.

0 Comment on “Apology Not Accepted” – The Shadow of Section 28
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“Apology Not Accepted” – The Shadow of Section 28

We are expected to accept their apologies with grace and forgiveness, as if the damage can be  swept away with the benevolence of our queer absolution.

0 Comment on The ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Trailer Is Out – and I have some feelings
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The ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Trailer Is Out – and I have some feelings

The trailer for the Queen biopic is out . So are the criticisms. And I have a few things I would like to say.

0 Comment on I Would Have Taken A Cure – Which Is Why We Must Stop Looking For One
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I Would Have Taken A Cure – Which Is Why We Must Stop Looking For One

I shudder at the thought of it being an option to other vulnerable young autistic people, never giving them the chance they deserve to come through it and learn a sense of pride in who they are. 

2 Comments on Liebster Award 2018!
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Liebster Award 2018!

The Liebster Award is designed to encourage connections between bloggers. So let’s get connecting!

1 Comment on New Year, Same Me
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New Year, Same Me

I’m still nervous about the global political climate, I’m still full of emotional turmoil, and I’m still going to be blogging about both of those things.

0 Comment on Aspects of Ace? – Asexual Awareness Week
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Aspects of Ace? – Asexual Awareness Week

I didn’t want to be asexual. I didn’t realise that I didn’t have to relinquish my beloved bisexual identity in order to make some space for this little bit of ace. 

1 Comment on Bisexual, Autistic and Proud: In Celebration of Bi Visibility Week
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Bisexual, Autistic and Proud: In Celebration of Bi Visibility Week

I often hold my queerness hand in hand with my autism. They are what make me beautiful and unique. They are also what paints a target on my head.