A single drop of water dangles on the tip of a precipice, just waiting to be free. Like it’s predecessor a few seconds before, it makes a rippling sound as it impacts the floor below. “Drip… Drip… Drip…” the drops start to go, as the precarious flow of liquid gradually picks up speed. However it’s […]
Is Sydney awash with a Transgender friendly culture?
A few days ago, The Guardian’s Fred McConnell asked a question that’s left me thinking pretty seriously about the society that I’m living in today. Namely, does Sydney have a progressive enough environment that LGBTI people, particularly Trans-people, can feel loved and safe within. Now to most people that would be a pretty straight-forward question, […]
2014 ~ Some thoughts from a year of being myself….
If there’s something that I’ve always wished for throughout my life, it’s been the ability to always be myself all day and every day in ways that I could only dream of previously imagining. From exploring the utter highs and lows of humanity through to the journeys of family, joy, sorrow and love, I’ve always […]
A Transgender journey “In My Shoes” – To Parliament House in Canberra and back again…..
A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of presenting a short film on Transgender Youth to a group of politicians, staffers and other dignitaries at Parliament House in Canberra. This group, otherwise known as the “Parliamentary Friends of LGBTI Australians”, focuses heavily on improving the lives of all Australians who are a part […]
Hope + Politics + Culture = Twitter Wars
Last Friday morning there was a little war of words between Mark Textor (of Crosby|Textor) and Chris Murphy (of Murphy’s Lawyers) on Twitter that made me sit back and get all philosophical for a moment. As the day wore on, the tension between the two men developed as follows: […]