I’ve put together a few clips from a gig I did last night- the quality is not great because a) the lighting was shocking, b) I’m editing it on my new phone and c) I haven’t edited a video in years, and I wasn’t good at it back then. But, the words are clear and … More Happy World Poetry Day!
The UK is a country that prides itself on justice, freedom and equal opportunities for all, so why are more than 100 people in Yarl’s Wood detention centre hunger striking? … More Hunger For Freedom: What’s Happening At Yarl’s Wood?
Do you know the average lifetime cost of having periods? £4800 (approximately $6700 USD). … More Women’s Republic: Too Poor to Bleed?
They think it’s all due to some uniquely twenty-first-century notion of entitlement, that man can take what they want and there be no consequences. … More Women’s Republic: I Will Shrink
This song has followed me through life. It is the sound track to childhood holidays in France, to teenage parties, to road trips with mates, to dates good and bad. I don’t think I’ll ever escape it and I certainly don’t want to.
This months theme seems to be…songs my family made me love. Mum listened to the album this features on obsessively while pregnant with me and when I was a baby and I still love it to this day. He never bloody plays it in concert though!
Today’s families come in all shapes and sizes. So why has Ann-Marie been turned down twice before even making it to assessment? She is pretty certain she knows the answer. … More Women’s Republic: Sexism, Ableism and Adoption
My Dad loves Slade. Somehow, despite my mother hating them wth a passion, he managed to instill that love in me. We usually go to a gig at least once a year and have a good old Daddy-Daughter dance party. We may even own matching t-shirts.
The impression that remains after that which has made it has passed. … More Shul
A review of REIGN’s Power Not Pity event, Manchester 31/01/18 … More Power Not Pity