Not wishing to ignite a stormy debate about the Monarchy, but I would like to venture this: Perhaps it’s because Elizabeth reigned for so long, so I have lived 50 years without a Coronation, there’s a lot of cognitive dissonance for me watching all the rituals and vows going on. I’ve always been pretty indifferent […]
Neil Anderson interviews long time Ungagged contributor Graham Campbell. Topics range from the newly elected Glasgow City Council inc’ convenorship of Education committee, slavery reparations and Indyref 2.
Populism is all pervasive. It’s amusing…has bad hair and tin-foil hats. It has the Flat Earth Society, Covid Deniers and Chemtrails. It also radicalises people to think that transphobia is about women’s rights, that the pandemic is over, that vicious deportation policies are about targeting people smugglers, that the French and other foreigners are responsible […]
Like many people around the world, I am still reeling in shock from the decision by the US Supreme Court (SCOTUS) to rule that the right of people who can become pregnant to get an abortion was struck down.
We are finally getting to grips with the solid fact of the matter: 2014 cannot be repeated. We need to find another way, or ways to move forward towards independence. On the day of the full release of the Sue Gray report and of Nicola Sturgeon’s marking point as longest serving FM I’ve never been […]
This month, Kat (Twitter @kat_cary) and Erin (@seunte) were joined by Councillor Fatima Joji (@fatima_joji) at the tail end of her successful campaign. Dont forget to get your tickets for the #ProgressToYes conference which is happening this Sunday 29th May. @aimaberdeen
And why this should not surprise us. Earlier this month (May 2022) a leaked document revealed that a majority of the US Supreme Court justices plan to support overruling the Roe vs Wade case law that legalized abortion in America. While the Supreme Court is yet to make a final ruling on the matter it […]
As a front line charity worker, never have I seen such destitution and poverty as I have just now; this is significantly impacting on Scotland’s future: our children. Poverty has run through generations of Scottish families and has now reached tipping point. At a time of global crisis, both politically and economically, I can look closer to home and see the effects of the situation on my own doorstep. TV ad’s from charities encouraging support to the third world have always […]
🎙 It’s not your granny’s #WomensHistoryMonth episode! Links to all of our podcasts on Iplayer and RSS Feed HERE. Also on Spotify HERE Join @kat_cary and Erin (@Seunte) as they talk with @MaggieChapman about the limitations of carceral feminism, policing and prison systems as well as discussing why inclusivity is good, actually. #TalkingSense @sensibilityscot
An especially relevant episode from the @sensibilityscot vault… Last June, Kat, (Kat_cary), Erin (@seunte) spoke with journalist Stephen Paton (@stephenpaton134) about transphobia, the NHS rainbow badge scheme, GRA reform and Pride Month…