I lived nineteen blissful years of my life before being told I shouldn’t eat gluten any more. I think it’s […]
Stumbling across Urban Dictionary one day led me to the discovery of the term ‘femwashing,’ a scenario on the website […]
When I was nine, I went to the medical room at school on a Monday afternoon because I had a […]
To me growing up, Gilmore was not a word I had heard at all, it meant nothing to me. Yet […]
Maelle discusses the importance of representation in the media as a bisexual woman.
As an author, I owe it to my readers to present a realistic, inclusive world. Whether we have an own voices story to tell, or our […]
This is an edited version of a monologue from a short play I wrote earlier this year called The Closed […]
Feminism is on the up rise, right? It’s constantly changing and developing, with women being given more opportunities compared to […]
This is an anonymous article due to the nature of the subject and the writer wishing to retain her employment. […]
Maelle writes of the romance of having your heart caught between two places and a person.
By Victoria Roots on August 2, 2019 All opinions shared in this article are that of the author and do […]
By Elinor Austin Burning A guttering candle, I burned my hope for a trail of smoke To lead you to […]
they say I’ll get by on my womanly wiles, but I don’t know what the hell they mean: my degrees? my […]
Welcome to the first series on our brand new platform: ‘We Need To Talk About’. We will be encouraging writers […]
Navigating the world as a young person on their period is already difficult without the impending doom of climate change […]