In this post, Milla talks about unsolicited advice and why well-meaning people need to stop doing it. Content note: examples of ableism and transphobia used to support arguments
In this post, Milla talks about why legal gender recognition for trans people is so important to them. Featured image description: A variety of colourful passports for many different countries including the UK, Switzerland, Japan, South Korea, the United States and Denmark.
In the post, Milla rambles a bit about Brexit on Brexit day. Featured image is of a candle burning. Content warnings at top of article.
In this blogpost, Milla talks about this access issues she has had finding a place to stay since becoming homeless.
In this post, Milla talks about various social rules in the workplace she has learned. (Image description: Multiple shots of people working at computer desks.)
In this post, Milla talks about gender euphoria and what it means for her. (Image description: A blue sky with clouds and the word "happy" written in it. Below is a smile.)
In this post, Milla discusses the reasons she thinks politics is frustrating due to being a marginalised person. (CN for ableism, ableist slurs, fascism and te*f mentions to support arguments, no detail for either)
In this article, Milla talks about her thoughts about transitioning into work in light of a recent life event. (Image description: A modern office shot with black seating and white walls and floors. A blonde woman is sitting down using her laptop in the middle.)
In this post, Milla gives an update about her life as well as her blog for August 2019. Image description: Image is a drawing of a woman with shoulder length curly brown hair and glasses holding her hand up to do a peace sign. She is wearing purple headphones, a pink blouse and a badge with the neurodiversity symbol on it. Towards the top of the image are black flowers. In the background is the trans flag.
In this post, Milla reviews the recently released book "Uncomfortable Labels" by Laura Kate Dale. (Image description: A white label on a blue fabric. The fabric has black text on it that says "Uncomfortable Labels: My Life as a Gay Autistic Trans Woman." The author's name, Laura Kate Dale is written below as well as the letter "M.")