For witchy women by witchy women
The best Christmas gifts for the star signs
Struggling to find the perfect gift for your loved ones? Look no further than the stars. We've put together the best gift list based on the zodiac.
Here's why you need to read "How to be Alone," if you haven't already
How to be Alone by Lane Moore is exactly the kind of book that I usually buy. A woman writer? Check. Self-help? Check. Making light out of hardship? Check.
Is your allyship with BLM performative?
The truth is, BLM has always needed allies. Black people have always needed allies. Sure, posting an empty black square on Instagram may prove that you're not racist, but does it prove that your anti-racist?
COVID-19 is a class issue
Sidenote: This article revolves around COVID-19 in the U.K. I understand the privilege that this country has by having free healthcare. In countries like America, the issue is arguably even more grave. I don't feel like I can justifiably comment on that, having never lived without free healthcare.
White people, white supremacy is our problem to solve
If you've been following the heart-wrenching news on social media, you'll see many activists stating that "not being racist isn't enough". This is proving time and time again to be true.
Flashback to my travels before lockdown
While I'm not alone, by "before COVID-19" story is a little bit different. Just one day before England (my home country) went into lockdown, I was in Indonesia.
Dear Warehouse workers
A forgotten, overlooked job - even without a pandemic. Your job may not be praised as much as the other key workers, nor are you paid similarly. That doesn't make you any less valuable.
Is now the time for identity politics?
I am a working-class, northern, female, who attended an academy education. On the other hand, I benefit from the whiteness of my skin, I attended University, I am attracted to the opposite sex, and I am an atheist. This makes me immensely more privileged than a multitude of people.