Written by Holly Fleming On the 26th of February, 2020, I failed my driving test. Annoying more than anything. There was something brewing in the air then, and a few weeks later, my instructor urged me to book the very next available test date and time for my resit. I booked a date in late… Read More Little victories: I no longer laugh at bad jokes
Written by Emma Conally-Barklem We always travel together; by each other’s side through all our experiences. Having spent most of my life so far in a hetero-normative existence, to embark on my first relationship with a woman, who is now my fiancée, has been eye-opening to say the least. Stepping aside from the fact that… Read More Why My Female Partner Dreads Entering Women’s Restrooms
Written by Sara Qualley April 2020 is a date I imagine most people don’t look back on too fondly. The world had entered lockdown phase due to the pandemic. Although we found ways to connect virtually or at a distance with loved ones, doubt, fear, and worry plagued many minds. Mine was no exception. While… Read More How Houseplants Improved My Mental Health
Written by Tom Daly Sarah Manavis’ recent piece for the New Statesman made a decent point about how a manufactured inter-generational rivalry between millennials and Generation Z distracts from the economic disparity both generations face when compared to their parents and grandparents. It was all pretty important stuff, but a less important part of it… Read More Am I a Millennial or Gen Z?