Lana Wachowski has confirmed the return of the show for a 2-hour special finale
After getting canceled by Netflix, shortly after the release of its second season, Sense8 is now getting a last-minute stay of execution in the form of a two-hour special. It will air in 2018, as by its creator Lana Wachowski on the show’s Facebook page:
The facebook post received hundreds of thousands of likes and reactions as well as shares
It is believed that, despite the overwhelming amount of viewers that the TV show had received, the production cost was amongst one of the highest in the world, estimated at $9 million dollars per episode, which may have contributed to the cancelation.
However, at this point, and paraphrasing Lana, it seems like nothing’s been said and there’s a big chance we might see more sense8 in the future.
By Ellie Van Leeuwen for Girl Things (@elliehopeauthor on Twitter & Facebook)
Pakistan might have become the first muslim nation to give legal status to transgender people, and perhaps the first country in the world where the T comes first as regards equal rights.
Last monday, Pakistan declared that marrying transgender individuals is permissible under Islamic law, Reuters reports
The religious leaders also announced that transgender people have full rights when it comes to Muslim burial ceremonies and Islamic inheritance law.
The fatwa — a ruling on Islamic law — said that only a “female-born transgender person having ‘visible signs of being a male’ may marry a woman or a male-born transgender with ‘visible signs of being a female,’ and vice versa.”
This leaves homosexual transgender women and men unable to marry, just like cisgender homosexual couples.
The controversial document, which refers to cisgender people as “normal”, concludes:
“Normal men and women can also marry such transgender people as have clear indications on their body,” it states.
Transgender TV Journalist, India Willoughby, will become Britain’s first Transgender News Presenter
India worked for ITV regional news for 10 years while presenting male before leaving in 2010 to undergo gender reassignment therapy.
“ITV have been fantastic, it hasn’t been weird or awkward and they have just welcomed me back. I didn’t feel nervous at all when I walked back through the door again, they made me feel like I was home.
“I am just getting my toes back into the water for now, I have a lot to catch up on from over the last 10 years and all of the technology has changed massively.
“There are obviously a lot of new faces but I can still have the same banter with the old ones – they have realised that I am the still the same person, I just look different on the outside.” She told Metro
“I don’t think that there have been people like me in the public eye in this country before – I wouldn’t want to make myself out to be some kind of an example or anything but it just shows how the nature of TV has changed for the better. I don’t think that I would have been accepted a few years ago.” She added.
India came out to her son, then 16, in a letter that she handed him after a meal out.
According to India, her son replied: “It changes nothing. You’re still my parent.”
In a statement, ITV said: “We’re pleased to have India on the Border and Tyne Tees reporting team.”
A lot of us opt for a quiet life, away from the spotlight and the prying eyes. Some people are actually surprised to find out that we are, in fact, transgender.
1: Really? Are you? But you don’t look transgender.
Haha! This one always makes me laugh, and even though I feel a little bad admitting this, it’s quite validating actually! I’m a low-key trans girl, I just want to blend in, get coffee, walk my dog or go about my daily life. I don’t care about being looked at any more than the average lady does.
2: So: Did you get a sex change?
I presume you mean what set of genitals do I have? That’s none of your bloody business.
3: While lots of transgender girls can’t wait to get home to put on a bra, I can’t wait to get home to ditch it.
Haha! If I could actually get away by staying in my pajamas all day I would. Truth is, to me, being a low-key trans girl, my gender is more of an internal thing. Sure enough, I care about fashion just like any other girl does, but I seldom go over the top with it. Shopping for super deals on ebay is my passion!
4: The thought of clubbing and partying the night away makes me feel drained.
There’s no party like my low-key trans girls party. Because such party never happened in the first place!
Face it. I’m a chill lady. I would rather go out for coffee with a few friends instead. This is why it’s perfectly acceptable for anyone else to stay home on Friday night reading an essay on women rights in Africa! Do what youw want! It doesn’t matter if you didn’t even brush your hair today. You do you! You’re a beautiful, interesting mind and that is all that matters. Plus, there’s nothing like sushi and a good drink in the comfort of your home, away from the noise and the messy drunk people.
5: Friends and Relatives say: I would have no problem with someone like you using the female restroom. You aren’t like them.
Dear friends, I know you’re just trying to say something nice, but it doesn’t make me feel better when you insult other people in order to compliment me. Plus: Like whom? Who determines who is feminine enough to use a public restroom?
6: Some people often share their sexual fantasies and fetishes with you as you begin to roll eyes hard.
I’m first a woman, and a decent one at that. I don’t care about your sexual fantasies bro. Why are you sharing all this personal information with me? I won’t send you nudes. Perhaps you want to meet some crossdressers instead? Whoever it is, I am not your lady. Trust me.
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