Not long ago, I realised that I am, in fact, not straight, but queer. I have never used that term to identify myself with, as I have always believed myself not to be "queer enough" to describe my sexuality in that way. I have always had an attraction towards women, but haven't previously really thought … Continue reading Heteroromantic Bisexuals: Not Just A Phase
Exercise: it is a prominent part of our lives. It is a prominent thing on our minds. It is something that those with eating disorders use and abuse to lose weight, change their bodies, and deal with negative thoughts and feelings in a negative and unhealthy way, but it is also something that has become … Continue reading Exercise: Is it Part of Your Healthy Lifestyle, or Are You Waging War on Your Body?
We hear it everywhere: in order to be healthy, you need to eat a balanced diet. But what does that really mean? I’m scrolling through Google images right now trying to find an appropriate picture to go with this article, and at least half of the images only show “healthy” foods. You know what I … Continue reading A Balanced Diet: What Do Those Words Really Mean?
We all know what it’s like in the bedroom, don’t we? Men incessantly groping their female partners in the dark while they are trying to sleep, either ending with the partner eventually turning over and saying “honey, not tonight, I have a headache,” or reluctantly giving in and then having the time of their lives … Continue reading What Men Worry About in the Bedroom and Why We Need To Talk About It
Three years (and a half) ago, I was completing university. University for me was not exactly the experience I thought it was going to be - but then when is it ever? We have our preconceptions about things; we experience them; and we learn from them. When going to university, there are many expectations that … Continue reading 13 Things You Should Know Before Going To University