After 18 months of staying indoors, the motivation to work out fizzled away – let’s be honest, a movie night with pizza was way more appealing than a run and some oatmeal. Now, restrictions are lifted, lockdowns are (hopefully) a thing of the past and social gatherings resume at last! Que the panic of our lockdown bodies being exposed to the world. Don’t fret just … Continue reading What to Know Before You Start Working Out: 5 Workout Tips for Beginners
“If men and young boys are allowed to explore their sexuality and be sexual beings, then women and young girls should definitely feel like they can too.” Sex. Orgasms. They’re very natural and normal things, extraordinary in fact. So why are they considered inappropriate or taboo for women to talk about? The problem lies deep rooted in our society, with a fear and stigma for … Continue reading The Big Climax: Is Female Pleasure Still A Taboo Subject?
Minimum unit pricing – most commonly referred to as MUP- was implemented in Scotland on May the 1st 2018 and has had varied results. The act was hoping that by making it illegal to be charging less than 50p per unit of alcohol that people would be less likely to engage with harmful binge drinking due to the sudden rise in price of cheap booze. … Continue reading “I’m not as think as you drunk I am”: The story behind MUP
Written from the perspective of Eve, the first woman on Earth and therefore the first feminist. Eve was punished for eating from the Tree of Knowledge inside the Garden of Eden, created from Adam’s rib to be his wife and obey two dominant male figures – Adam and God. Continue reading The World’s First Feminist
As someone who has struggled with medically diagnosed cystic acne, I have tried almost every home remedy and ‘quick fixes’ there is, and I know first-hand what works and what does not. I tortured my face, so you did not have to! First, it is important to know your skin. Is your skin dry and flaky? Is it sensitive and easily irritated? Do you suffer … Continue reading Skincare 101