This year marks 100 years since women gained the right to vote in the UK. This was a monumental point in history. The suffragettes forged the way for us to make this world an equal place. If we all exercised our right to vote we could achieve true equality; not even just on the bases […] Continue reading →
January 26, 2018
by Katie Jones Comments Off on This is not a disclaimer.
After reading some friends’ blogs (Kara and Blaze) I decided that it was time to do my own, extremely belated, “National Coming out day” post. You can probably guess what my main point is going to be, you have probably read a number of blog posts about how straight people don’t have to ‘come out’ […] Continue reading →
November 7, 2017
by Katie Jones Comments Off on The importance of the ‘+’
If there is one thing I’ll always care about it’s the LGBTQ+ community. A community on the rise without a doubt but one that is still far too under represented in almost all aspects of our daily lives. Our hetero-normative world is often guilty of overlooking such a vibrant part of our society and even […] Continue reading →
October 8, 2017
by Blaze Lambert Comments Off on You’re Not A Feminist?
If you believe in equality you are a feminist. Don’t get me wrong, I am not ignorant to the fact that there is a stigma surrounding feminism. Many people, through no fault of their own, have a very warped view of what feminism actually is. I did a quick Google Image search of “Feminism ClipArt” […] Continue reading →