Some days, I've felt so high that I don't want to come down, but most times I have crashed to the floor so hard, and I've felt so much pain.
Social media is like a dice; most of the time you roll it and you win, but sometimes you lose.
I was up the stream, I had no paddle, I had no way to get back... yet, to me, I was doing pretty well. I was still floating, who cared if I would never reach land again?
Everyone has a different definition of feminism, but one that includes the idea of hatred and superiority isn't what feminism stands for.
I think the FierceFeminist is a perfect way recapture why I started blogging in the first place. I wanted to share stories, change opinions with what I wrote and just have fun with it.
I want my brother to grow up to be a man who is not overshadowed by toxic masculinity.
I felt threatened by what they said to me. I felt scared. I felt so sick to my stomach that I couldn't even turn round and tell them where to shove it, or stick two fingers up at them.
When I became a woman, bitch became my nickname, words were used to shame me...
I look back on that time as something that almost broke. It almost broke me, because I felt a let down. I wasn't how a woman should act... Many who know me will understand I'm unapologetic, I'm truthful, I'm a realist... I'm everything that society doesn't want a woman to be. Growing up, there … Continue reading Growing into a ‘Nasty Woman’.
Featured image from Stacey Dooley Investigates: Mums Selling Their Kids For Sex. For as long as I can remember, Stacey Dooley has been one of my favourite documentary presenters. Her work has inspired me to see the world from different angles, consider my privilege and try to use my privilege to speak for those who can't. … Continue reading Opinion Pieces: Stacey Dooley uses her privilege for good.