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Juno Roche

Juno Roche is a writer and campaigner whose work around class, gender, sexuality and trans lives has been described as ‘provocative and innovative’. They were the recipient of the Blair Peach Award in for their work in education and their work has been supported by The Paul Hamlyn Foundation. Juno studied Fine Art and Philosophy at Brighton, and English Literature at Sussex, and has written for a wide range of publications including features for Bitch magazine, Dazed, Vice, Broadly, Cosmopolitan, the i, The Independent, i-D, the Tate magazine and Refinery29. They are the author of four books: Queer Sex, Trans Power, Gender Explorers and their memoir, A Working-Class Family Ages Badly.
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