Jennie Kermode is an author and journalist based in Paisley who specialises in LGBTQ issues and film. Her work has appeared in the likes of New Internationalist, the New Statesman and the Independent, she is a commissioning editor at Eye For Film and her most recent book is Growing Older as a Trans and/or Non-Binary Person.
Stonewall seeks help to evacuate or support those at riskRead more
Do titles really represent who we are as people? Learn the results of Gender Census with regard to new words,...Read more
Mental health worsening in vulnerable populationRead more
Victor Madrigal-Borloz comments after ten day official visitRead more
Increasingly draconian laws passed in FloridaRead more
Beltane, a festival that happens every year in Edinburgh represents a lesson from nature concerning asexuality.Read more
Jennie Kermode stresses how Scotland hasn't progressed well with regard to non-therapeutic surgeries on intersex/VSC children and with equality and...Read more
The English Human Rights Commission's last proposal seems too simplistic and not in tune with the Equality Act.Read more
Roddick with her expertise will reassure equal rights.Read more
On the Transgender Awareness Day, Jennie Kermode points out trans people feelings, some facts and how trans voices are rarely...Read more
Jennie Kermode points out the repercussions within the LGBTQ+ community after comments from Kate ForbesRead more
16-year-old girl was stabbed to death in Cheshire after years of bullying. Incident is one of several violent attacks on...Read more
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