Yesterday ActionStation delivered their petition asking John Key to apologise for his comments and increase support for sexual violence services. The petition had more than 13,000 signatures.
December 3 is the United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities. The theme this year is “Inclusion matters: access and empowerment for people of all abilities.” I’m doing a Continue Reading →
It can be really hard to understand what chronic illness is like. While everyone has a different experience, there’s enough similarities for me to paint a picture… in cat gifs. Continue Reading →
Let’s talk about sex, baby. Let’s talk about you and me, let’s talk about – all the ways in which you don’t want to have sex when you’re depressed and/or Continue Reading →
I wanted to share a couple of things from Dr Mike Joy’s RADtalk for LitCrawl. After he spoke, the room felt like it was in shock. Basically, New Zealand’s environment Continue Reading →
Last weekend I performed as part of Wellington Literary Crawl, an annual event showcasing the spoken word in unusual and exciting ways. I was invited by creative director Jo Randerson Continue Reading →
TW: Sexual violence. What would it mean for us, the women of New Zealand, if Prime Minister John Key said sorry for saying that the opposition party back “the rapists”? What Continue Reading →
A few weeks ago I was listening to my friend talk about the many struggles that she faces in her life as a trans woman. It’s no secret that we Continue Reading →