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I was born me, I still am me. The only change was no longer having to pretend - or try to pretend - to be male to please others. The only change was finding freedom and wanting to live. I never changed sex I found a way to speak truth out loud.
The post-7/7 scrutiny of Muslims is complex and many, including sections in the Muslim community, are responsible for the unhealthy situation. But there is no denying the fact that some right wing news editors and politicians have directly contributed towards the so-called "Muslim Problem" in the country.
You think you're getting a handle on managing your excessive number of social media accounts, then they start making extra demands of your time. Come on, do the quiz that your mate only got nine out of ten correct answers, it's the hardest quiz, like ever.
It is quite sad, to see the music industry lacking in headline acts. We're just not producing those big names anymore and the ones that are still around have done all the headlining slots for festivals. It is just old news and regulars won't want to see the same people in the same slot, year after year.
Last night, as I was following the hashtag #Tomorrowsnewspaperstoday on twitter around 10:30pm, I spotted two very interesting front pages that combined make a rather amusing story. ... The Daily Mail and Daily Express, both mentioned sugar and the effects that it can have on your body. I'm not sure which I should believe, if frankly, I should believe either (especially when leading TV and online sources haven't mentioned either story and their related research).
Six held in match-fixing inquiry Six members of an alleged betting syndicate have been arrested on suspicion of fixing English
Royal Mail sale valuation 'debacle' The Government has been urged to withhold any more payments to banks which advised it
PM SEEKS TO CEMENT TRADE WITH INDIA David Cameron said he aimed to "cement Britain as India's partner of choice" as he embarked
LOOK: Pictures of the day, Tuesday, November 12 UK SENDS WARSHIP TO AID PHILIPPINES Britain will deploy a Royal Navy warship
UK 'pays highest property taxes' British people pay the highest levels of property taxes in the developed world and more