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BREAKING: Trans and Non-Binary Liberation Officer Robyn Woof resigns in protest of transphobia at university

Robyn Woof, Edinburgh University’s Student Association (EUSA) Trans and Non-Binary liberation officer, has resigned from her post following the appointment of Simon Fanshawe as the new rector of the University…

The conservative weaponisation of the fight for trans rights

Moments like this are demonstrating a concerning culture of transphobia within the Conservative party, and the party seems to be weaponising current debates around trans identities, standing strong on anti-trans…

Book Review: ‘Transitional’ by Munroe Bergdorf

Munroe Bergdorf’s Transitional is a valuable cultural artefact. For those who do not know, Munroe Bergdorf is a model, activist, and media celebrity. She has appeared on talk shows, written…

This is your transition.

When you make the decision that you are going to transition you do so because you need to.

Who are your LGBT and Trans/Nonbinary Students’ Officers candidates?

This year’s student elections have kicked off and many have been wondering who to vote for. Often, most of the attention is given to the EUSA President and VP races;…

In conversation with PrideSoc’s Jaime Prada

Jaime Prada, referring to the beige-brown second-hand polo shirt they are wearing, says, “This is someone’s granddad’s shirt. You haven’t seen me in person but everything I buy, I always…

This Week in Hastags: Starbucks advert supporting trans charity wins over audiences

Starbucks have recently released their #WhatsYourName advert, recipient of the Channel 4 Diversity in Advertising Award. The advert depicts a transgender boy, who appears to be uncomfortable, as he’s repeatedly…

Angmoh is not like Ch*nk: on being East Asian Transmasc

Content warning: racial slurs, transphobia Discovery and then into the closet: “am I not a girl?” By Shinwoo Kim I read a lot while at an all girls’ high school.…