Juliet Jacques is a freelance journalist and writer who covers gender, sexuality, literature, film, art and football. Her writing can be found on her blog at and she can be contacted on Twitter @julietjacques.

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Juliet Jacques
24 August 2012
Non-conformist queer perspectives offer radical alternatives to notions of "success".
Juliet Jacques
30 July 2012
Leeds United’s title win of 1992 was the last of its kind in many ways.
Juliet Jacques
11 July 2012
“The Eiffel Tower was hated by everybody for a good many years – 50 years or something like that –...
Juliet Jacques
05 July 2012
Reticence, the fourth novel by Belgian author and filmmaker Jean-Philippe Toussaint, opens with a death. Visiting the...
Juliet Jacques
27 June 2012
Performance artist Penny Arcade loves talking to her audiences, and wants to be friends with everyone. Her signature...
Juliet Jacques
02 May 2012
Fourteen years since his demise, Justin Fashanu remains one of football’s most politicised yet least understood...
Juliet Jacques
17 April 2012
Sixty years since her death, dramatisations of Evita’s life and early death abound. The most famous remains Tim...
Juliet Jacques
13 February 2012
The media's monstering of transgender people is finally being challenged.{C} Whatever the long-term results of the...
Juliet Jacques
18 November 2011
The trouble with TV
Juliet Jacques
12 November 2011
This week, at the launch event for Diversity Role Models - a charity that aims to tackle homo/bi/transphobic bullying...
Juliet Jacques
27 June 2011
Growing up in the Nineties with plenty of "alternative" humour on television, including Chris Morris, Lee and...
Juliet Jacques
20 June 2011
Tate Britain’s Vorticism exhibition revisits one of English art’s most radical and yet mysterious movements...
Juliet Jacques
17 June 2011
There are few openly transsexual people in British public life -- and virtually none who have come out when already...
Juliet Jacques
26 May 2011
The transgender experience is one of the few human conditions almost completely without cultural, literary or...

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