Shon Faye

Shon Faye is Dazed’s LGBTQ editor-at-large. She is a writer, presenter and comedian who describes herself as "a modern career transsexual" who mostly writes "for attention".

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Life & CultureThieves in the night: how men stole my sexuality
Munroe Bergdorf
Life & CultureIn support of Munroe Bergdorf, the model fired by L’Oréal
“The Swimming Club”
Arts+CultureThe transgender swimming club making waves
“The Swimming Club”
Arts+CultureWatch a film about the trans swimming club making waves
Hanne Gaby - spring/summer 2017
FashionHanne Gaby is fighting for the rights of intersex youth
saintvalentine
Arts+CultureHow to do Valentine’s Day when you’re single
kylie jenner
Arts+CultureHow to deal with 2017
hari nef
Arts+CultureHari Nef on freedom, the fashion world and your feelings
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Arts+CultureA guide to dating as a trans woman
paris is burning
Arts+CultureLooking at Paris Is Burning 25 years after its release
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Arts+CultureTalking TV, trans visibility and sex with Paris Lees
ghostbusters1.0
Arts+CultureHow trolling took over the internet
the exorcist
Arts+CultureWhy did Satan start to possess girls on screen in the 70s?
news
Arts+CultureHow to cope with how relentlessly depressing British news is
RainbowGore Cake by Christian DeFonte
Arts+CultureThe 13-year-old taking Seattle’s drag scene by storm
pulse orlando
Arts+CultureToday is a tragic, sad day for the world’s LGBT community
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PhotographyThe photo diary of a trans couple transitioning together
transtoilet
Arts+CultureI’m trans and I want to stop talking about toilets
trans
Arts+CultureWearing dresses when you’re trans is about survival not sass
eddie redmayne
Arts+CultureSo come on, who are the British LGBT Awards for?
carrie bradshaw
FashionCarrie Bradshaw: fashion roadkill or revolutionary?
prince-purple-rain
MusicPrince: Why Nothing Compares 2 U
mental health
Arts+CultureWhy treating teen mental health is so important
trans
Arts+CultureTrans visibility: acceptance, TV shows and violence