Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men – book by Caroline Criado Perez

I found this book fascinating. Despite its modest title, ‘Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men’ by Caroline Criado Perez, it’s a real page-turner. Before now, I never really considered how much I have to adapt my female body to fit into a world that is predominantly designed for male bodies. …

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The word ‘woman’ is already taken’ – by Debbie Hayton.

Debbie Hayton, physics teacher and trade unionist, is fast becoming my favourite trans woman. She is a voice of reason and rationality amongst much of the opposite right now. Her blogs are well-written and easy to read. She is also a regular contributor in media publications. Here is the text of her blogpiece called ‘The …

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New Zealand – on getting a whole heaping of sweet praise from journo Umair Haque

We’re like a puppy with two tails here in New Zealand at the moment. Umair Haque, journalist, has petted and praised us so much in the article below, we can hardly contain our delight. I mean, who doesn’t love a lovely pat on the head like this? A small country on the edge of the …

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