As Edition 51 arrives amidst the crunchy, ochre leaves from Autumn’s seasonal shedding, this issue imitates these transformative shifts and candidly externalises our hopeful, internal monologues for a
To unapologetically voice one’s truest emotions is a feat in itself, and many of you have submitted your best, honest, and most vulnerable work.
Through the medium of poetry prose, mental health check-ins, insightful interviews with emerging curators, and raw, memoirist reflections on neurodivergence, identity and romance, we enter unprecedented grounds
As you divulge and digest each piece, we call on you to revisit your vulnerability, to diversify your knowledge of humanity by listening to stories across the spectrum, and to empower others to share their own.
Until next edition,
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“I’ve relied on fellow trans-folk to help educate me”: the inaccessibility of trans healthcare in South Australia
By Joanna Tucker https://ontherecordunisa.com/2023/08/25/ive-relied-on-fellow-trans-folk-to-help-educate-me-the-inaccessibility-of-trans-healthcare-in-south-australia/ Transgender and gender diverse (TGA) Australians seeking surgical procedures can only go to a handful of specialists for …