When your partner’s the same gender as you, one thing you’re gifted is a blank slate. Cleaning the gutters, ironing, taking the car for a service, buying sheets—it’s all up for grabs. And that’s what Alex sees.
There were no easy answers, he was saying, which is the same as saying there are no answers at all. And even though I wasn’t asking him, the answer I got was to empathise with the bullies. Forgive them all, they know not what they do.
Tristan: A Song for the Superior Man is a new play by Chenoeh Miller asking what it means to be a good man, and it finds its answers in the voices of her own cast.
Photographer Paul McDonald is possessed by two things. The first is a set of mysterious and intimate medical slides found by chance at an auction and carried with him ever since; and the second is the very concept of masculinity.
Shoeb Ahmad is a father, musician and sound technician, who after a period of prolonged reflection decided that identifying as male was no longer right for her.