Kanye West v Taylor Swift: Lets look at the real problem

Overnight social media has gone quite literally insane over one line in a particular song from Kanye West’s newly released album… Maybe Kanye’s ego does genuinely think he made Brit winning, Emmy winning, seven time Grammy winning, nineteen time AMA winning, twenty-two time Billboard winning and eleven time Country Music Award winning Taylor Swift famous… but I doubt it considering the first time they properly … Continue reading Kanye West v Taylor Swift: Lets look at the real problem

Lets stop portraying Jennifer Aniston as a victim

First published on Kettle Mag With the news that she’s secretly married her long-term boyfriend Justin Theroux, perhaps the media will give the saddest woman on the planet a break now. After all, since her divorce from Brad Pitt, she’s just hopped from man to man in a desperate attempt to find love again, right? Will she ever have children or will she just end … Continue reading Lets stop portraying Jennifer Aniston as a victim

Gender-less fashion is here; and here to stay

First published on Kettle Mag: In a time where new age feminism and gender equality issues are at the forefront of many conversations, gender-less clothing is massively on the rise and it’s both the sexes getting involved. Women wearing trousers – that’s pretty standard right? You wouldn’t think twice about a girl walking down the street in a suit, or a football shirt, any more than you would if she … Continue reading Gender-less fashion is here; and here to stay

Why your vote matters – especially if you’re a woman

,(EDITS 06/06/2016: As you’ll see, I wrote this post for last year’s General Election but with the EU Referendum just around the corner I feel these points definitely still stand. You have til tomorrow to register to vote to have your say for what is likely to be one of the biggest decisions we’ll make for this country in our lifetimes.) The UK General Election is … Continue reading Why your vote matters – especially if you’re a woman

Say no to body shaming – in all shapes and sizes

Body image is always a touchy subject – we’re all judged by how we look and we all judge each other, even if we don’t realize it. Victoria’s Secret has dominated the lingerie market for years, with their Super Model ‘Angels’, putting on multi-million dollar shows and prestigious advertising campaigns all over the globe. They also make the most headlines for how their models look. Past Angels … Continue reading Say no to body shaming – in all shapes and sizes

Why do we have a women’s day and no men’s day?

I’ve seen so many posts from both men and women already today asking these questions – why do we have an International Women’s Day and no male equivalent? (Technically, there is – Men’s Day Nov 19th.) That’s a bit sexist isn’t it? Is this a new feminist way to say women are better than men…? The point of International Women’s Day is to celebrate and applaud the … Continue reading Why do we have a women’s day and no men’s day?