Feminism Up

Feminism Up is a monthly online newsletter that aims to encourage discussion around sexism and inequality. It is ran by Kath at Binging on Beetroot and I was recently very honoured to be asked to write an article for it. The newsletter comes out on the 1st of every month and I'm sure November's issue … Continue reading Feminism Up

Women in Football

Unfortunately our Lionesses were knocked out last night in the Euro semi-finals by the Netherlands. But regardless of that 'failure', they still reached their second semi-final in three years. They should be proud of this. We all should be. "If the men’s team were doing this well, they’d have changed the name of our currency … Continue reading Women in Football

The Monthly Gift

My first ever blog post back in December last year was about Monthlies, a period subscription box. Their boxes are filled with sanitary products, all organic and plastic, chlorine, animal testing free. For every box you purchase, 20% of the profits will go to support women and girls in the UK and abroad. I still use Monthlies, they are … Continue reading The Monthly Gift

Luva Huva – Ethical Lingerie

I mostly base my underwear purchases on comfort and practicality. When I found Luva Huva, an ethical lingerie brand based in Brighton, whose website hosts pictures of beautiful and delicate items I was quite sceptical as to whether they would provide bras to my size and comfort requirements. In the past I've struggled to find pretty bras that … Continue reading Luva Huva – Ethical Lingerie

Monthlies: Period Subscription

  Earlier this month I asked myself a sad question, how do women living on the streets deal with their period? Upon this question I did some research and found the site Monthlies. Monthlies are a social enterprise that pride themselves on making periods more safe and healthy. On the site you subscribe to a personalised box that … Continue reading Monthlies: Period Subscription