It’s Sexual Health Week! This year Brook is celebrating the introduction of mandatory Relationships and Sex Education (or RSE) in schools. Let’s hope the kids in school today don’t take … Continue reading Sexual Health Week 2020 – 10 Accounts to Follow
“I’m so glad that I’ve found my people“ When you mention TikTok in any situation you may get mixed responses. Most know it only as the dancing, lip-syncing, teen-celebrity-making app, … Continue reading TikTok: The Lockdown Life-Changer?
Anger is everywhere. People are angry about everything, and everyone. Anger is normal. Sometimes even productive, as we’ve seen with the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests and the attention is … Continue reading Misdirected Anger – What Should We Really Be Angry About?
This article featured in The C Word Magazine – @the_cwordmag In her book ‘Invisible Women ‘, Caroline Criado-Perez illuminates the gender data gaps we as women suffer from in a … Continue reading Why We Need More Women In Politics
I saw this on Instagram yesterday, and immediately screenshotted it. It wasn’t until today when I was scrolling through my camera roll that I saw it again and actually stopped … Continue reading “The Fixation With Your Identity Limits Your Identity”
During Lockdown we have been witnesses to one of the biggest civil rights movements of our time, the Black Lives Matter Movement. Following the murder of Black American George Floyd, … Continue reading Don’t Whitewash Your Bookshelf: The Top 10 Books to kick off your anti-racist education.
This article featured in SICK LOVE ZINE – @Thesicklovezine The contradictory nature of fatphobia is embedded within us all. It is what makes the ignorant ones among us tell fat … Continue reading Internalised Fatphobia: Hidden in Plain Sight.
When Reni Eddo-Lodge first published the blog post this book is based on in 2014, and admitted she was “no longer engaging with white people on the topic of race”, … Continue reading REVIEW: Why I’m No Longer Talking To White People About Race- Reni Eddo-Lodge
Most recent reviews of this book are women saying they wish they could have read it when they were younger, and I wholeheartedly agree. It’s a masterpiece of feminism that … Continue reading REVIEW: Women Don’t Owe You Pretty – Florence Given
A few days ago my dad was watching a film on TV from 1956. During the adverts he turned to me and spoke about how far society has come “with … Continue reading REVIEW: Invisible Women – Caroline Criado Perez