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I'm a queer non-binary activist, academic and creative. I'm a second-year PhD candidate in (socio)linguistics at Queen Mary University of London with a particular interest in how we use speech to convey parts of our identity (i.e. gender and/or sexuality) in context-dependent ways. I'm also:
- the founder of Non-binary London, which exists to create and enable spaces both online and in person for non-binary people in London to connect with each other;
- lead DJ at Wotever World's Bar Wotever, a progressive and often radical weekly queer cabaret event with non-binary people highly visible on stage, behind the scenes and in the audience;
- part of Everyday Cissexism, a Twitter-based campaign inspired by Everyday Sexism which highlights instances of cissexism and challenges organisations in particular to better support and include binary and non-binary trans people.