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Juliet Jacques

Juliet Jacques (born Redhill, Surrey in 1981) is a British journalist and LGBT activist, known mainly for her work on the transgender experience.

She was born in Surrey, and grew up in Horley. She attended the College of Richard Collyer in Horsham, West Sussex.

She has written regular columns for The Guardian and The New Statesman, and published extensively on film in Filmwaves, Vertigo and Cineaste. She began writing a chronicle of her gender reassignment in 2010, for which she was longlisted for The Orwell Prize. In 2012 she was selected as one of The Pink List’s most influential journalists.

She is also an enthusiastic footballer, and won the Shield with the Brighton Bandits at the 2008 IGLFA World Cup.

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