Tag Archives: identity

Tomboy: Review (May well include spoilers… look away now if you don’t wish to be spoiled!

Limited theatrical release (playing at the DCA, Dundee, Hyde Park Picture House, Leeds and Corner House Manchester until the 29th September) but released on DVD and Blueray in February 2012, currently listed on Amazon.co.uk at £10.93 and £12.93 respectively. Peccadillo … Continue reading

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Identity

Generally this subject simply raises more questions than answers for me the more I think about it, but nevertheless it is something I think about and therefore I am broaching the conversational boundaries of such a topic. So, to start … Continue reading

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Young adult LGBTQ fiction

(see separate page (in the right hand column) for actual book list) This is a general commentary with some specific references etcetera, as opposed to an en masse review of the individual works within the genre, as that could take … Continue reading

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Gender (ambiguity)

This is not a treatise on gender roles, which is something for another time and wholly irrelevant in this instance. Nor am I talking about sexual orientation, though that will come up over the course of thought. It has come … Continue reading

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