The Best Bomber Jackets Online this Spring

The bomber jacket has been a sought-after Spring essential for a while now. As the weather changes, we’re stuck between wanting to ditch our winter coats but not quite being ready to just go out in a t shirt. The bomber jacket, therefore, is the perfect solution. It’s lightweight, so not as thick as a full on winter coat, but also gives you an added … Continue reading The Best Bomber Jackets Online this Spring

‘Health Through Happiness’: Dani Duran on her New Fitness Account

What inspired you to start your account? I think what most inspired me to start my account was the fact that I saw something missing in the fitness pages that I followed. I saw some great motivational stuff, people posting all kinds of transformations and achievements, but very little about the struggles behind it. Making a lifestyle change is difficult, especially with the media pressuring … Continue reading ‘Health Through Happiness’: Dani Duran on her New Fitness Account

Sometimes We Just Need To Shut Up And Listen

So it’s been approximately 18 million years since I last wrote on here, and for that I can only apologise and offer excuses of “my degree”. This is something I’ve been thinking about for a while now, and it’s something that’s so simple, but that a lot of us overlook, myself included. I was first brought to think about this way back in October, when … Continue reading Sometimes We Just Need To Shut Up And Listen

Why I’m Still Protesting The Tampon Tax

Today at my uni, we were doing a photo campaign against the tampon tax and getting passers by to get involved. Most people seemed to be up for it, although we did get the usual “um…sorry” from people who just awkwardly walked away because they were kind of scared of our angry signs about bleeding. Fair enough. Bye, Felicia.   Now, as I write a … Continue reading Why I’m Still Protesting The Tampon Tax

Let’s Talk About Consent: It’s Not Just Yes And No

Consent has become a widely discussed part of university life recently. A lot of universities have made it compulsory to attend consent workshops, or take consent surveys. After this guy from Warwick uni, George Lawlor, posed with the sign that said “this is not what a rapist looks like”, people discussed it even more. Now firstly, why this guy was wrong. The phrase “this is not what a rapist looks like” … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Consent: It’s Not Just Yes And No

Sunday’s Sexism Summary! – September 6th

Hey there! I’m gonna be completely honest here and say I almost forgot to do this today! I’ve been pretty busy as I’ve been organising a local donation drop event in my hometown. If you’re in the Hampshire area, we’re collecting donations on Saturday 12th in Fleet! It’s had loads of support which has been so amazing to see. People have been offering to collect … Continue reading Sunday’s Sexism Summary! – September 6th

Why Aren’t People Listening to Nicki Minaj?

So, by now, we’ve all seen the iconic moment of last nights VMA awards – where Nicki Minaj CALLED. MILEY. OUT. This was in relation to what Miley said in a recent interview about Nicki’s twitter row over the VMA nominations with Taylor Swift: “If you want to make it about race, there’s a way you could do that. But don’t just make it about yourself. Say: ‘this is … Continue reading Why Aren’t People Listening to Nicki Minaj?