Maddee Clark and I are in Overland today writing about whiteness, Masterchef and the demise of the ethnic aisle at Footscray Coles.
As Beautiful As Any Other | The Saturday Paper
I reviewed Kaya Wilson’s memoir, As Beautiful As Any Other for The Saturday Paper. Really appreciated having the space to think deeply about this book and the transition memoir as a growing genre.
‘Trans people are under immense pressure to present a coherent and palatable origin story that helps cis people make sense of us – even when we are not seeking medical treatment, we are treated by laypeople as if presenting to them for diagnosis. We are supposed to be intelligent, untroubled, sympathetic and reassuring.’
The unbearable whiteness of Australian sperm banks
Is all the sperm white?
For my first feature for ABC Life, I wrote about the difficulty of finding a sperm donor of colour in Australia, and the need for better racial literacy in the fertility industry.