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1 Comment on #DoctorsAreDickheads isn’t attacking the NHS – it’s giving it an opportunity
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#DoctorsAreDickheads isn’t attacking the NHS – it’s giving it an opportunity

These hashtags should not be seen as harmful to the NHS. Instead, they should be seen as an opportunity to listen to patients, listen to disability activists, and instigate reform that could change the NHS for the better.

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.

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.

1 Comment on Why I Don’t Wear The Red Poppy
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Why I Don’t Wear The Red Poppy

A century later, arms companies hold remembrance day events, paying with money steeped in the very red the poppies on their lapels bade them never spill again.

0 Comment on General Election 2017: a queerly autistic plea for humanity
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General Election 2017: a queerly autistic plea for humanity

I’m scared that, on Friday morning, I will have to talk people down from killing themselves. And I’m scared that I will fail to talk people down from killing themselves. 

0 Comment on General Election 2017: You deserve to be heard
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General Election 2017: You deserve to be heard

I have a voice that deserves to be heard, and, even if the system we work in is determined to stifle that voice, to not vote would have been to stifle my own voice. And I was going to fight against the gag kicking and screaming and biting and gouging.