Feminist Collages London is a branch of a movement that started in Paris in 2019 where activists paint letters on A4 sheets of paper and paste slogans on walls around the city. From femicide, to trans rights to abortion rights, the group writes highly political messages to give, “women a way of feeling community”. The collective also promotes osrganisations covering subjects from domestic labour in Lebanon to African & Caribbean heritage women and girls affected by domestic and sexual violence.
The Girl Next Door: How Trans Neighbours Star Georgie Stone Is Blurring The Lines Between Activism And Acting
The actor talks accessibility of trans roles, mental health and groundbreaking gender confirmation surgery scenes in the Australian soap.
The YouGov poll showed 57% of women surveyed agreed that trans people should be able to self-identify as their chosen gender.
The Oscar-winning star promised to ‘learn from this mistake’.
Measures enabling trans people to change their birth certificate without a medical diagnosis are to be scrapped by Boris Johnson.
The woman is the third trans person in months to walk out of the newspaper – this time over a controversial column by Suzanne Moore.
'They have written a bill without any understanding of what it means to be trans.'
The LGBT+ community hasn't split – but we're fighting dog-whistle transphobia harder than ever before, freelance journalist Jake Hall writes.
Transgender campaigners and some feminists are bitterly divided about the idea of self-identification.
Columnist Owen Jones labelled 'Talcum X' over issue at Labour conference gathering.