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Meg-John Barker
Author of Rewriting the Rules ; Queer: A Graphic History ; Enjoy Sex , and How to Understand Your Gender
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Meg-John Barker 19h
Nearly half young people fall somewhere between homosexuality and heterosexuality. Over a third of people have the experience of being the “other”, “both” and/or “neither” gender. To find out more check out and my new book Life Isn’t Binary
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Alex Iantaffi 13h
I would also suggest my book for family members: How To Understand Your Gender by co-authored with Available online or at independent bookstores Also I’ve been told my podcast has been helpful + too!
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Rachel Anne Williams 18h
What an amazing and deeply humbling feeling to see my book on the shelves of the best bookstore in St Louis: - shout out to , and for making a dream come true.
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Guilaine Kinouani 18h
So here it is; The psychology of white fragility. Part 1. Of course it took longer, of course you will find some typos. But I am working of them. One of my most practical & psychological piece? Maybe? Hope it is helpful, let me know & do share 🙏🏿
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Justin Hancock 16h
Why I'm not a huge fan of showing videos in RSE.
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BISH 16h
A lot of people in romantic relationships don’t have any sex, or only have a little, or choose to do some kinds of sex (snogging, dry humping, ear lobe nibbling, serious knee stroking) but not others.
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Alex Iantaffi 18h
Replying to @Chris_Hubris
I’m a therapist and I’m trans. Sounds like those folks have a skewed idea of: A) what therapy is B) gender
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Chris Hubris 🌊🐬 24h
Recently I've had a few people tell me that if I had psychotherapy I would stop being trans. Even if this was true what they don't explain is how that would benefit me as someone who is very happy being trans and medically transitioned 15 years ago with no regrets...
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Meg-John Barker 16h
Heh this is awesome - yes ☺️
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Sophie Graham 16h
I'm wondering how my author friends would feel of their queer books were similarly displayed in this company
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Mark R. Jones Aug 14
Children's paperbacks on Ghosts from the 70s & 80s. Used to love getting these out the library & scaring myself to death! 'Ghosts Go Haunting' (1975), 'Young Person's Guide to Ghosts' (1981), 'Great Ghosts of the World' (1974) & 'Haunted Houses' (1971)
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Meg-John Barker 19h
Replying to @AnitaCassidy76
Yey! Following. On mine you can see pics of many lovely walks we have taken and could take in future 🥰
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Anita Cassidy 21h
I think this is about so much more than marriage. Almost all relationships are imbalanced and often in cis het relationships it’s the woman’s needs not being met. We need to focus on the why. We need thinking and community like
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Anita Cassidy 21h
What "I love you” means to me My *acceptance* of you just as you are My *respect* for you My *support* for you whenever you need it My *gratitude* for your presence in my life My *commitment* to you My *wonder* for the incredible person you are
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Alison Phipps 💜 May 25
Oh FFS. Feminist academics are not in ‘uproar’ - a handful are upset they don’t get to @ Jo with their transphobic views. Newsflash: you do not have a right to harangue someone on Twitter. Jo can block who she wants. Your entitlement is showing.
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readersgonnaread 23h
Another great tweet fromFoyles: “Queer: A Graphic History by makes me feel so proud to be a member of the LGBTQ+ community. It excel…
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readersgonnaread 22h
Another fantastic update byFoyles: “Queer: A Graphic History by makes me feel so proud to be a member of the LGBTQ+ community. It excel…
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Meg-John Barker 19h
Nearly half young people fall somewhere between homosexuality and heterosexuality. Over a third of people have the experience of being the “other”, “both” and/or “neither” gender. To find out more check out and my new book Life Isn’t Binary
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Meg-John Barker May 26
Replying to @craigheathcote
Oh Thankyou 🥰
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Meg-John Barker May 26
Memorial for Gran: Does everything happen for a reason?
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