What have I done today? Hmmm…
I did a bunch of trans stuff on social media.
I answered a lot of emails, mainly Diversty Trust work. It is good to see that ramping up again.
I spent a lot of time thinking about how to do online training effectively. My thanks to a bunch of academic friends on Twitter for sharing the learning that is being sent their way.
I finished writing a thing for next year’s LGBTHM, which involved reading a PhD thesis about “sex changes” in 1930s Britain.
I gave a talk on trans history to a trans youth group.
And I finished the June issue of Salon Futura.
There were a few more things as well, but that will do, I think.
Meanwhile in the so-called real world, the Leader of Her Majesty’s Opposition, Sir Keir Starmer, suggested on Radio 4 that cis women need to be protected from the likes of me. Apparently he has also challenged Bozo to 50 press-ups at the next Prime Minister’s Question Time. I think I can join every other woman in Britain in echoing Nicola Sturgeon’s, “Oh for goodness sake…”. There is not enough facepalm in the world. Who let men be in charge of anything?