It’s Football vs Transphobia week in my native UK and following on from a rather unusual trending tweet on Twitter, I have decided to talk about my own experiences as a transgender football fan. Please note that these are based … Continue reading Kate and Football vs Transphobia
It is New Years Eve and I have decided it is time to reflect on the year, this time in video form. Safe to say that it has been an interesting year, and not just because of Covid. Please note that the video does play, even if it looks like it doesn’t. Continue reading VLOG: End of 2020
In May 2017 I went to record a session for my friend Steve’s project “The Angstcast Podcast”, talking about a variety of subjects such as public displays of affection, my dislike for the Kardashian family, wrestling and a bit about … Continue reading Guesting on the Angstcast podcast!
I’ve mentioned a few times in the recent past that I am in the process of writing a book that is aiming to help anyone who is transgender in preparations for their transition. During my transition I experienced numerous issues … Continue reading Book Preview Chapter : Telling the First Person
Those of you that have been friends with me for a while know that I was eager to move back to Lincoln after spending most of the last six years away, well in March 2018 I finally got my wish, … Continue reading Good news, but all for the wrong reasons
So as my long term readers will know, I often have trouble with inspiration for this blog. I try to have a mixture of posts, but often they all come back down to my transition from male to female. It is one of the reasons I don’t post that often. Don’t get me wrong, I will happily write about my breast growth and having to save for the operation until I’m blue in the face, but I always try to bring something different. I’m here again lacking inspiration and motivation, so I wanted to try something a bit different and … Continue reading Let’s try something a little different…..
As I have been getting older I have become increasingly aware that things will come and go as time goes on, but today marks one of the saddest days of my life so far as I am saying goodbye to my childhood home. My parents have lived at this house in Lincoln since before I was born, but with me, the youngest of the three children, having moved out some time ago, they no longer felt that they needed a four bedroomed house, especially as they’re now into the latter stages of their life (in the nicest way of saying … Continue reading And it’s gone..