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Yas Necati
Called a 'disaffected youth' by the Daily Mail. I'm better in writing. Words for Indy Voices here:
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Yas Necati 4h
Replying to @TrainBodyBrain
Thanks for sharing
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Yas Necati 4h
Replying to @Aziraphalia
Sneaky
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Train Body Brain™ Sep 11
Thank you for sharing your story. We need to change the culture in schools around mental health, teach students about compassion and kindness, give kids a safe space to be whoever they want to be without judgement
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Yas Necati 4h
Alice <3 <3 <3
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Dr Lizzy Benedikz Sep 13
'Without your rights I can’t have my rights': Dawn Butler on the importance of intersectionality at the UK’s first transgender conference
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Yas Necati 23h
Just some of my feelings about Soon-Yi Previn's comments today
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Yas Necati Sep 16
Jess you are the definition of glamour
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Yas Necati Sep 16
Waking up to 3 teenage cats each morning is honestly the highlight of my existence
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Yas Necati Sep 16
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Yas Necati Sep 12
Mmm hello blueberry muffin flavour
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Yas Necati Sep 10
Replying to @lucybrisbane
Thanks for sharing :)
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Lucy Brisbane McKay Sep 10
Replying to @DawnButlerBrent
Featuring “We have to change the tone of the debate because the others aren’t going to… we have to convince people that it’s okay. It’s okay for other people to have their equal rights and their human rights.”
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Lucy Brisbane McKay Sep 10
A great antidote to the misinformed transphobic statements of the day and widespread fear mongering materials by 'Fair Play for Women'. Read this wonderful piece by .
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Yas Necati Sep 10
My piece for about being approached by an anti-trans campaigner on friday, then the amazingness of being at the conference, and what both of those things made me feel about dialogue and safer spaces
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Debbie Luxon Sep 10
The head judge of the initial trial made the unlawful request to have no journalists present as he gave the decision, for fear of protest within the court room
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Thal May 11
You're going to hear a lot today about how mentally ill people should always "reach out". But I'm here to tell you, what we actually need is for mentally well people to "reach in". We KNOW we're supposed to ask for help. But what do you do when we keep asking, and no one helps?
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Debbie Luxon Sep 10
One of the journalists on trial, Pinar Gayip, is a former court reporter. In response there is solidarity in the court house today with court reporters from all over the state
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Debbie Luxon Sep 10
The two journalists are accused of membership to a Kurdish terror organisation, along with two other staff from the party who are accused of generating propaganda
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Yas Necati Sep 10
This is really important for anyone who wants to understand the state of journalism and freedom of speech in Turkey - keep an eye on @debbieluxon's feed today as she live tweets the trial of two journalists, Semiha Şahin and Pinar Gayip
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Leyla Lolly Olly🌸🐾 Sep 7
Some men on the train kept asking me if I’m a lesbian & I ignored them cuz I felt rlly intimidated. They got off & shouted lesbo at me & another guy was like ‘if u didn’t dress like that ppl wouldn’t ask’ r u SERioUs? Maybe men just shouldn’t harass ppl fuck RIGHT off thanks x x
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