About Me

I’m Tyler, I’m 30 years old, and I live in Brighton in the UK. I am a trans and disabled activist as well as a peer educator who writes this thing as well as having contributed a lot of other work. If you have just stumbled on me hello. This blog is suitable for mature audience only as some of the topics that are often discussed might not be suitable for minors. I also swear a lot. As well as this blog. I have been a public speaker for a fair few events. I have also worked towards bringing change in my city for equality and access for disabled people.

I occasionally do reviews (go check them out) and have done several guest posts for other blogs. I’m always looking to do more reviews or guest blogs, so please feel free to send me a message in the comments section and I will see what I can do.Whilst I am always happy to do interviews, and written pieces about my transition, sexuality, drug recovery and my faith. There are limits to where I will go so please do not be offended if I turn down your offer as I do get quite a lot.

If I mention Kai, they are my fiancé, they also write and have great content, so if you like nerd things, books and social justice, go visit them. I’ve been with that little shit now for 5 years and through thick and thin, becoming wheelchair bound and all my transition bullshit, they have stuck by me.

If you have found me through the A-Z challenge – I wish you all the best for the 2018 challenge and I hope you all manage to complete this year.

If you would like to contact me, please go to the contact page

Thank you

Tyler Charles Austen

This is me!

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18 comments on “About Me

  1. Hallo! Though I’m new to reading your blog I love reading what you’ve got to say. I’ve nominated you for the Blogger Recognition Award (not because I’ve recognized you on the street and started fangirl-ing or anything. That would be weird. I do have limits…)! You can check out your nomination and details here: http://skillupskillet.com/2015/09/24/stop-the-presses-the-blogger-recognition-award/.
    Cheers,
    Leisel
    Skill Up Skillet

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    • Omg that’s amazing!!!!! Thank you so much. I really appreciate what you have done. Thank you.

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      • You’re welcome. You write about important shit, people need to hear what you have to say. Also you’re mouthy like me and I like it. >_>

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      • Hahahaha thank you so much. I’m not even going to lie, I am pretty fucking mouthy

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  2. Thanks so much for the follow

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    • You are very welcome 🙂

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  3. Thanks for liking my blog. I admire your courage and am waiting for full equality for everyone! My way of helping is to educate everyone, especially students, in wider perspectives, empathy, and social justice.

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    • Thank you so much for your wonderful comment

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  4. Great blog, I like your attitude.
    I used to live in Crowborough, not far from you, and I have several friends still living in Brighton, it’s a cool place.

    While I’m here, I thought I’d leave you this; it’s a friend of mine, an extraordinary woman, I think you’ll find her inspiring…

    https://www.ted.com/watch/ted-institute/ted-ups/kelly-lepley-why-being-your-true-self-is-the-most-selfless-act

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    • Thank you so much, I’ve actually seen a few TED talks, I think this link will also help a few of my readers too.
      Thank you

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      • My pleasure. I’m actually featuring Kelly in a “T is for Trans and TED” post later today, so it was a happy coincidence that I found your blog this morning.

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      • Thank you. One of my partners entire theme for the a-z challenge is on gender and transition. They have done so well, I’m really proud of them.

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      • Here’s more about Kelly…

        https://diaryofaninternetnobody.com/2016/04/23/atozchallenge-t-is-for-trans-and-ted/

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  5. Thank you for following me. I look forward to reading about your amazing journey. Writing has always been my go-to. You should write a novel about your experiences. I’m sure there’s nothing out there like your tale. All the best.

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    • Thank you so much

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  6. Hmm it looks like your blog ate my first comment (it was extremely long) so I
    guess I’ll just sum it up what I wrote and say,
    I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog. I too am an aspiring blog blogger but I’m still new to everything.

    Do you have any suggestions for beginner blog writers?
    I’d definitely appreciate it.

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    • It probably put it in the spam box because of your name (I do hope that’s 18+ web camming)
      Firstly, you need to change your name, other wise you will get very little interaction. Regardless of how pornographic your writing is, you need to have a SWF (safe for work) header.
      Secondly, I just write eveything that I know. Honestly my partners are my biggest critics sometimes and if they don’t like a post, it was probably a shit post.
      Thirdly, I try and blog as much as a physically can. Whilst I have written really long posts, try and stick to between 300-800 words. Always make sure you have at least one image (Google loves that) and never be afraid to say what you honestly want to.
      Fourthly, it took just one article to blow my views up sky high. Whilst this one article got me into a lot of trouble, it brought the attention of a lot of LGBT people who were sick of the system. I’ve received hate mail, abuse and a lot of negativity from some of my stuff too. You need to be strong and take all the blows and come back even more hungry.

      Basically never give up. I’m writing about queer dating and sex because its what I know. Find your neiche and stick to it 🙂

      Tyler

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  7. I nominated you for a Liebster because honestly, I love your blog. Here’s the link to my blog about it, and please follow my blog! https://chasingcoleblog.wordpress.com/2018/03/06/the-liebster-award-2018/

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