Monthly Archives: May 2019

The Wanking Man – how public masturbation is normalised

From a very young age we are told to stay close to our parents, not to speak to strange men in the park, or by the toilets, not to walk down alleyways… The girls in my family were raised with … Continue reading

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First Do No Harm – the ethics of transgender healthcare

The House of Lords played host to a series of short lectures on transgender healthcare on 15th May 2019. Controversy, no surprise, raised its head before the lectures began. The event was organised by ‘Standing for Women‘ and sponsored by … Continue reading

Posted in Children & Young People, Event Reviews | 2 Comments