By Rhyannon Styles BackgroundIn 2015 Stonewall had brilliantly achieved its goals of repealing Section 28 and legalising gay marriage and needed a new raison d’etre. So it took money from the Arcus Foundation to integrate trans with LGB as if it were a sexual...
Inventing Transgender Children – Pointicle Review
POINTICLE REVIEW OF ‘INVENTING TRANSGENDER CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’ (ed. Brunskell-Evans & Moore) You’ve heard of an article, you’ve heard of a listicle (an article based on a list) and now here’s a pointicle! OBJECT has bought the new and controversial...
Review of La Traviata
Janice Williams reviews and recommends a modern version of the opera La Traviata. La Traviata tells the story of a poledancer in “the most realistic portrayal of a strip joint you are ever likely to see on stage.” The performance is snappy, fast-paced and perfectly suitable for those of us who ‘hate opera’!
I, DANIEL BLAKE
I, DANIEL BLAKE’s portrayal of prostitution
This review discusses the role that prostitution plays in the life of Katie, the young single mum in Ken Loach’s 2016 film, ‘I, Daniel Blake’.