All too often, transgender people are framed as a problem to be solved – but what if the focus shifted to encompass trans joy?
Why has there been a failure among some leftist groups to look inwards at the cultures they may be perpetrating?
Writer and historian Jules Joanne Gleeson and political economist and gender theorist Elle O’Rourke discuss their new co-edited book, which explores trans lives and movements through a Marxist lens.
As the pandemic sees people spending more time on social media, parents-to-be are going to even greater lengths to announce the sex of their child.
A petition to make non-binary a legally recognised gender is gaining thousands of signatures – but acceptance from the state won‘t solve gender violence and discrimination, argues Liv Wynter.
Last week, women who’d come together to grieve the murder of a woman were brutalised by the Met. It served as yet another horrifying confirmation of just how deep institutional misogyny runs, writes Micha Frazer-Carroll.
For four decades, photographer Mariette Pathy Allen compassionately documented the transgender community, celebrating the profound humanity of those living outside the gender binary.
In the wake of a High Court ruling restricting puberty blockers for under-16s, writer Nicola Dinan asks why anyone would celebrate a now even starker absence of healthcare for trans kids.
In the wake of a popular British gay magazine sharing several tweets from a transphobic organisation, writer Jack King argues that these attempts to stoke division are a danger to us all.
A dearth of compassion for trans people makes it easier to pit them against cis women and children. But the true evil is right under our noses.
The author’s view on trans people is dogmatism dressed up as rationalism – she is casting herself as a victim in a fight she has no place in.
When the island was under Nazi control during the Second World War, two avant-garde artists attempted their own resistance campaign.