5 Life Lessons from Karamo Brown’s “Karamo: My Story  of Embracing Purpose, Healing, and Hope”
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5 Life Lessons from Karamo Brown’s “Karamo: My Story of Embracing Purpose, Healing, and Hope”

So to honour my inner bomber-jacket wearing life coach, I want to talk about the life lessons I learnt from reading Karamo’s memoir, Karamo: My Story of Embracing Purpose, Healing, and Hope´╗┐. Continue reading

“Middlesex” a review: gender identity
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“Middlesex” a review: gender identity

Disclosure: This page may contain affiliate links. Clicking through for additional information or to make a purchase may result in a small commission. Jeffrey Eugenides’ novel Middlesex is a breathtaking inter-generational novel that addresses issues of the complex history of Eastern Europe, Greek identity, Greek-American identity, growing up in the U.S., and intersex and other … Continue reading

Trans Voices Matter: a review of “Tomorrow Will Be Different”
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Trans Voices Matter: a review of “Tomorrow Will Be Different”

Disclosure: This page may contain affiliate links. Clicking through for additional information or to make a purchase may result in a small commission. It is nothing new that trans voices have often been pushed aside, forgotten, and oppressed in societies across the globe. The fact that they confuse societal norms about gender binaries and gender-stasis … Continue reading

Mr Clive and Mr Page: pyschogeography and a different kind of review.
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Mr Clive and Mr Page: pyschogeography and a different kind of review.

I recently read the book Mr Clive and Mr Page by Neil Bartlett. It is a truly fascinating book that makes you question your notions of reality and narrator reliability. The notion of the twin, or in this case double, plays a strong and central role in the novel since Mr Page and Mr Clive … Continue reading