Tag Archives: transphobia

Understanding ‘Beards and blokes’

Over on the Sydney Morning Herald, Elizabeth Farrelly has written a diatribe about beards and manliness, called Beards and Blokes: our entitlement generation. I’m not sure who Elizabeth Farrelly is, but I’m fairly certain she’s someone I wouldn’t find many things in common with. I certainly wouldn’t condescend to let her touch my beard (not that… Read More »

International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia

Tuesday May 17 is the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, otherwise known as IDAHO. I am proud of my sexuality, and refuse to accept that homophobia and transphobia have a place in a civil, caring society. The rank stench of homophobia still wafts into society on a daily basis, regardless of the country or the… Read More »