For 13 years I have written under a different name. Today I am coming out as transgender, but my love of storytelling remains

I am not aware of any transgender sports writers or broadcasters currently working in the UK (if I’m wrong, please let me know).

Ah is it that you're driven to become the first of them? Such a need to 'trail blaze' seems a tad narcissistic, even for a grauniad writer.

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2019-40-We 12:40:56 am

*I am not aware of any transgender sports writers or broadcasters currently working in the UK (if I’m wrong, please let me know). * Ah is it that you're driven to become the first of them? Such a need to 'trail blaze' seems a tad narcissistic, even for a grauniad writer.

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2019-41-We 12:41:19 am

** I am not aware of any transgender sports writers or broadcasters currently working in the UK (if I’m wrong, please let me know). **

Ah is it that you're driven to become the first of them? Such a need to 'trail blaze' seems a tad narcissistic, even for a grauniad writer.

The comment section is an emetic.

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The latest Tweets from Dr. Robert Epstein (@DrREpstein). Author of 15 books, researcher at AIBRT, loving #father of five, former editor-in-chief @PsychToday. To support my research: https://t.co/7aM6ig0uLf. California

Watch your back, good Doc. Google and the Clintons are dangerous enemies to have gunning for you.


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2019-55-Tu 11:55:18 pm

Watch your back good Doc. Google and the Clintons are dangerous enemies to have gunning for you.

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Jahmel Riley used a Rambo-style knife with a 10-inch blade to stab Dennis Anderson.

But it's totally racist to write the obvious on a fried chicken box,

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Dale Kelly touched his friend's girlfriend intimately after sleepwalking into their bedroom.

I must say that I'm surprised. I thought that would have been him. Toast. It does sound like an extreme form of disorder.

I've been a sleepwalker myself in the past and been witnessed undertaking some relatively complex actions. 'Somnambulant sex-attacks' though? Sheesh! Either the evidence must have been overwhelmingly in his favour or the man must have an epic silver tongue.

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Two women share their stories of surviving and then recovering from acid attacks in Uganda.

Reminds me of the Mark van Dongen case.

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Elijah Quashie tells the BBC knife crime warnings on takeaway boxes are either "racist or stereotyping".

Oh look another one of those articles that shrugs off the old dissents then re-appears again a few hours later.

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Elijah Quashie says he can see the "racist connotation" in knife crime warnings on chicken takeaway boxes.

Oh look another one of those articles that shrugs off the old dissents then re-appears again a few hours later.

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Elijah Quashie says he can see the "racist connotation" in knife crime warnings on chicken takeaway boxes.

Oh look another one of those articles that shrugs off the old dissents then re-appears again a few hours later.

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All the latest news about Tate Modern from the BBC

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All the latest news about Tate Modern from the BBC

Interesting. When all of this all happened at the tate a fortnight ago, each and every one of these articles had accumulated a great deal of dissent and yet, now, not a word nor single thumb up/down on any of them

I thought that they were pulling some dirty trick, retroactively altering something about the URL or article itself. I then see this and am now quite certain of it, as I am that their slimy presence will extend even here onto dissenter for their own articles. Some twisted form of 'comments disabled', but in retrospect, for those that missed it in the immediate publishing? Even here?

Is this an attempt to show that when looking archives on the BBC that the events within went on un-discussed? or is it that the BBC can't stand by their own words and sleazily edit and tweak whilst the rest of us have moved on to the next distracting episode?


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2019-18-Tu 04:18:11 am

Interesting. When all of this all happened at the tate a fortnight ago each and every one of these articles had accumulated a great deal of dissent and yet, now, not a word nor single thumb up/down on any of them

I thought that they were pulling some dirty trick, retroactively altering something about the URL or article itself. And then I see this and am now quite certain of it, as I am that their slimy presence will extend even here onto dissenter for their own articles. Some twisted form of 'comments disabled', but in retrospect, for those that missed it in the immediate publishing?

Is this an attempt to show that when looking archives on the BBC that the events within went on un-discussed? or is it that the BBC can't stand by their own words and sleazily edit and tweak whilst the rest of us have moved on to the next distracting episode?

2019-22-Tu 04:22:12 am

Interesting. When all of this all happened at the tate a fortnight ago, each and every one of these articles had accumulated a great deal of dissent and yet, now, not a word nor single thumb up/down on any of them

I thought that they were pulling some dirty trick, retroactively altering something about the URL or article itself. And then I see this and am now quite certain of it, as I am that their slimy presence will extend even here onto dissenter for their own articles. Some twisted form of 'comments disabled', but in retrospect, for those that missed it in the immediate publishing?

Is this an attempt to show that when looking archives on the BBC that the events within went on un-discussed? or is it that the BBC can't stand by their own words and sleazily edit and tweak whilst the rest of us have moved on to the next distracting episode?

2019-27-Tu 04:27:16 am

Interesting. When all of this all happened at the tate a fortnight ago, each and every one of these articles had accumulated a great deal of dissent and yet, now, not a word nor single thumb up/down on any of them

I thought that they were pulling some dirty trick, retroactively altering something about the URL or article itself. I then see this and am now quite certain of it, as I am that their slimy presence will extend even here onto dissenter for their own articles. Some twisted form of 'comments disabled', but in retrospect, for those that missed it in the immediate publishing?

Is this an attempt to show that when looking archives on the BBC that the events within went on un-discussed? or is it that the BBC can't stand by their own words and sleazily edit and tweak whilst the rest of us have moved on to the next distracting episode?

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