Monthly Archives: July 2014

from inside the trans community

We Need to Recentre Trans Debate ommadusk.tumblr.com/post/93007259702/we-need-to-recentre-trans-debate I’m incredibly frustrated at the current state of debate in the trans community and I believe it would be a good idea to recentre trans debate along the lines of the New Narratives … Continue reading

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Jayaben Desai, Inspirational female leader of the Grunwick Strike

Jayaben Desai died age 77 in 2010. She was born in Gujarat, India and later moved to London. Like many other women in the 1970’s, she was employed as cheap labour in a factory, the Grunwick factory. The workers were … Continue reading

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‘ ‘Arrest us all’: the 200 women who killed a rapist’

‘Arrest us all’: the 200 women who killed a rapist ( Guardian article from 2005) When hundreds of women descended on Nagpur district court armed with knives, stones and chilli powder, within minutes the man who raped them lay dead. … Continue reading

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