Questioning Your Sexuality

Dealing with questioning your sexuality can be an incredibly confusing and sometimes scary time, depending on the support you may have, to what country you live in, to how open those around you are to the idea of identifying as any sexuality that is not straight. Some people may know from a relatively young age... Continue Reading →

Dealing With Dysmenorrhea

What Is Dysmenorrhea? Dysmenorrhea is the medical term for menstrual cramps. It encompasses the sheer pain in our pelvis, abdomen and thighs, and the accompanying nausea and diarrhoea we may have. Fainting, fatigue, dizziness and disorientation may further join the above symptoms in a party of pain unleashed upon us. Primary dysmenorrhea occurs without an... Continue Reading →

Feeling Beautiful With a Bare Face

With all of the makeup artist tutorials bombarding Youtube and celebrities releasing lines of makeup products, you’d be forgiven in thinking every woman wears make up. There are products and techniques that were barely in existence a decade ago, as baking no longer refers to a cake in the oven and highlighting isn’t what you... Continue Reading →

International Women’s Day As A British Asian

This day of women (and men, hopefully!) in solidarity to advocate for women’s rights means something different to everybody, both around the world and to women living side by side in the same cities. Whilst we should be advocating for gender equality around the year, today is a good day to celebrate how far we... Continue Reading →

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