Monthly Archives: April 2020

The Museum of Transology, Brighton

Yes, Virginia, there really is a Museum of Transology. I started writing this piece back in October 2018, and it lurked, half-finished, in the ‘drafts’ section of my blog for eighteen months. Unable to roam, as are we all during … Continue reading

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Guerilla Postcards from the Edge

What happens when you arm a group of women with ‘adult human female’ postcards and let them loose on the art galleries and museums of Britain? We found out. As we look online at pictures of deserted city centres and … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, Women's Rights | 1 Comment