Welcome to my contact page. Here you'll find ways to get in touch via email or by post.
I'm a freelance writer, always open to being commissioned to write opinion pieces, so drop me a line if you're an editor looking for content. I regularly write for places like The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Huffington Post and the New Statesman. Topics I often cover are: religion, LGBT equality, mental health awareness, women's issues, the ethical minefield of online technology/artificial intelligence/virtual reality (which is my PhD topic), and left-leaning politics. My first book, a memoir, was published by Harper Collins in June 2018.
I'm a broadcaster, presenting programmes for channels including BBC1 and frequently on-air as a current affairs commentator. Contact me below if you think I'd be a good fit for your programme.
I'm a keynote speaker, so get in touch if you have a corporate diversity event where you'd like me to speak about my story and the need for us to be fully authentic at work. I also speak on mental health awareness and share about my own experiences with depression and anxiety, and my desire for the taboo around this topic to be broken. More about this on my Speaking page.
You can write to me at the following P.o.Box. Letters and parcels are both accepted.
28 Old Brompton Rd
If you want to drop me a line about what you thought of my book, or about your own journey with faith and sexuality, feel free! I love hearing from you guys. Unfortunately, due to the volume of emails I receive, I'm no longer able to respond to every person.
If you are needing help, I'm not the right place to come to - I recommend contacting a helpline like Switchboard LGBT. If you live outside the UK you can contact Switchboard LGBT via email or instant messenger.
If you're wanting to know what books to read on LGBT theology, start with Matthew Vines' 'God and the Gay Christian', then read James Brownson's 'Bible Gender Sexuality'. Both are on Amazon. If you're looking for an LGBT friendly church in the UK, visit the Inclusive Church directory. Similar directories exist in the USA if you Google them.
Thanks again for supporting me and my work.