I use my white privilege to shield myself from hate, but what about those who don’t have that privilege to shield from the daily hate they face simply because they are black? And what can I do to change that? What can we all do to change that?
The festivities of the 75th VE Day turned out to be the surprise pick-me-up that we didn’t know we needed during lockdown until Britain came together with our trademark stiff upper lips & quintessential English street parties of togetherness.
A health initiative that embraces both change and the happy fatty life sounds like the ultimate contradiction but I have genuinely found that this is a reality, & I’m proud to say I’m part of it.
We were taught that body positivty & body confidence were interchangeable only to now find that bopo is exclusively for marginalised bodies. And as a result of this there is a backlash on “incorrectly” using the term.
Making the choice to look after my husband is as strong a feminist move as any bra burning shenanigans – it takes a strong woman to exercise that choice power when going against the grain.
The live action Little Mermaid will be an immense remake that I’ll instantly love. But, really, how do I feel about a black Ariel? And why?
It may seem a very specific thing that only fans or wags can relate to, the world of wrestling can teach us a few things about real life.
June has been too fat for public use & too childish to pass a good dog by. So this month I have mostly been…
Why, in a world with an ever opening mind, is it socially acceptable to hold certain prejudices?
You might have seen some of the handiwork of the self love wonder that is The 88 & Friends but who, what & why are they?
Being beautiful in wrestling is no substitute to talent. Being attractive (or curvy or athletic or petite or red-headed or tattooed) is not a person’s character.
I adore the BoPo community but what was a supportive celebration of choice power is turning into a contradictory place of negativity since the turn of 2019 for two just reasons.