Shared Post · Written by Jemima Isobel Grant

The Ability to be me!

I was recently interviewed for my perspective on receiving support and care whilst being transgender. Please take a moment to read this article and comment on how wonderfully written it is! The ability to be you, written by Jack Wood Advertisements

Written by Jemima Isobel Grant

Trans Subculture

My experience of being part of trans communities, both online and in person, has been mixed. I have found they focus so much on perception and negativity. It feels like a funeral of life

Written by Jemima Isobel Grant

Gender Dysphoria

Well, hello there! My name is Jemima, recently on Tinder I had someone ask me to define transgender, while my instant reaction was to say “oh, just a phase!”. Fortunately I set my usual snark to one side. Instead I replied with the following: So dysphoria for me was the question, the uncertainty of my… Continue reading Gender Dysphoria

Written by Benjiman Grant

Jemima Isobel

This is where I tell you all something very important.

Written by Benjiman Grant

I’m Not A Perfect Person, There’s Many Things I Wish I Didn’t Do.

Today is the hardest blog I will ever write, and hope you can take a few moments to read.

Written by Benjiman Grant

Scar Tissue That I Wish You Saw, Sarcastic Mister Know It All

Today an announcement of a brief blog sabbatical

Written by Benjiman Grant

Somebody Save Me! Let Your Warm Hands Break Right Through

Today is about dreaming for a better life and sharing my “greatest hits”

Written by Benjiman Grant

Out On The Wiley, Windy Moors, We’d Roll And Fall In Green.

Today I talk about the brain fog that comes with CRPS

Written by Benjiman Grant

I Can’t Seem To Get The Message Through

Today is a day of more pictures and fewer words.

Written by Benjiman Grant

A Long, Long Time Ago, In A Galaxy Far Away.

Today I talk about Star Wars: Force for Change and share more creative writing.