Posts tagged domestic violence

Murder, she wrote? Who cares!

I guess this comes under the heading of nit-picking. And i do know that to be a bad habit, getting me into all sorts of trouble and argument i don’t intend.

But still, some recent posting from Zoe Brain has my fingers twitching and my brain locked on to a subject that i fear may be just a tad over-egged within the UK trans community.

To wit, trans murder. Read the rest of this entry »

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Good news: hope. Not everything is darkness

Sometimes there’s better news. In this case, not the jailing – for an indeterminate term – of the vile beyond words thug who took away the sight of Tina Nash. Because along with Tina, i don’t think giving him a smidgeon of additional attention is worth even half a breath.

No: the joy, insofar as anything positive can come from this story, is the fact that Tina seems to be starting to live once more. Read the rest of this entry »

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The sickness that lies behind domestic violence

I must be mellowing. Or something. Because listening, close to tears, to today’s Jeremy Vine show I found myself nodding in total agreement with Claire Phillipson, director of Wearside Women in Need.

She was talking about the horrific beyond words violence, viciousness inflicted by Shane Jenkin on his partner, Tina Nash. Read the rest of this entry »

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