Grey – The definition of slander

This isn’t specifically a queer issue, but it pertains to many “moral” political debates. Like if trans* exclusion is acceptable and the behaviours of people who advocate for and against either side in moral debate. The terms slander and libel are thrown around and people on both sides accuse others of it, but there seems to be some confusion on its definition.

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Flick – Porn has not TRANSitioned

Ed: This week our guest writer is Flick, They are an arts and politics student with a strong grounding in feminism, socialism and Judeo-Christian faiths. This week we invited Flick to talk about an issue within the spheres of feminism and trans* issues, they chose the topic of transgender pornography, in particular “shemale porn”.

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Grey – Institutional recognition of being trans*

Everyone knows that paperwork and forms are awful but when people don’t even understand why or what your saying and writing, forms get a lot worse and pretty much all of them don’t know much about trans*people or are designed to make their lives hard, so I thought I would break them down, and hopefully for the government based institutions help out some people.

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Grey – Tony Abbott

I like to think of myself as a political moderate, (excepting some of my social liberalism) I listen to many political parties. And I have no particular affiliation though I have never liked the Liberal (actually moderate conservative party) of Australia’s policies. I want to give this context to my very bold statement that Tony Abbott is an asshat, and I think the Australian public was either having a mental episode or hated the Labor party so blindly they didn’t even look at who Tony Abbott was when voting for the liberal party.

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