I have never watched Doctor Who, perhaps aside from one or two Comic Relief specials starring David Tennant. Ever since I was little, I’ve always been veered more towards the Fantasy side of the Sci-Fi/Fantasy genre – probably because my dad’s love of history, castles and British monarchies in particular, mean that the medieval reflections … More Aliens Can’t Be Female, Apparently
Before you read on, click this link to see the BBC news story that I’m basing my response off for some context. To give you a heads up, this is most likely to be a rant post more than an analysis of any sort. I’m really fucking furious a tad disgruntled about the situation. Please … More Racism in Parliament – Wait, We’re Still Talking About This?
Every night at 9pm for the past few weeks, I have sat in front of my TV in my pyjamas with a warm beverage of some kind, awaiting Iain Stirling’s voice to announce the start of my latest obsession: Love Island. For those of you with lives who don’t know what Love Island is, it … More Love Island: Not My Type On Paper
Short answer: I haven’t a bloody clue. I’m aware that by even bringing the word ‘vegan’ into the online sphere is a death wish so this post may seem like a poor idea. Nevertheless, I’m clearly a maverick and so I enter this topic with reckless and carefree abandon. I am not vegan, vegetarian, pescetarian, … More How Do I Feel About Veganism?
I’ve been thinking more than usual about LGBTQ+ issues for a while now, probably as a result of seeing more people on Twitter and YouTube opening up about their experiences, as well as an increase in the mainstream media covering it. Riyadh from YouTube created a mini-series on BBC3 called Queer Britain; the news is … More What It Means To Be An LGBTQ+ Ally
Mental health can affect anyone, regardless of what they earn. That’s not what this post is about. Instead, I’ve come to the realisation that the way we treat mental illness is largely exclusive and the fact that this has only occurred to me now is just proof of how privilege dictates who is helped and … More Money and Mental Health: A Problem of Privilege
It’s taken me over a week to even be able to articulate how I feel about the attack in Manchester on 22 May. It was somewhat surreal waking up last Tuesday to news notifications announcing the deaths and injuries of people at the Ariana Grande concert in the Manchester Arena. Acts of terrorism are happening … More Manchester and Music