Tuesday 06 February was International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation. After speaking to the NSPCC to get a sense of what FGM is we caught up with Jan Macleod, who works on FGM Aware with the Women’s Support Network to get a bit more insight into the issue. Continue reading
Today, Tuesday 06 February, is International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation – a lengthy title, but what does it mean? We spoke to Jon Brown, Head of Impact at the NSPCC, to get a bit more information… Continue reading
No matter how much it may appear you have things together, you can never find that point of happiness and satisfaction. Why is that?
As soon as life starts going right and you’re making your way to that point of being able to put a genuine smile on your face, something in your brain says NO, putting you back in that deep abyss of sadness and self-dissatisfaction. Continue reading
Disclaimer: We have not written this article with the intention to cause offence. Please do read it with a comical tone but understand that the purpose of this article is to get you thinking about all religions, not just Islam and encourage you to start having meaningful conversations. This article is based on our personal views and experiences.
We believe that everyone interprets religion in their own personal way. Every individual is unique and therefore every interpretation is unique. In the UK, about 75% of the population associate themselves with a religion, and yet it is not at the forefront of many conversations. Continue reading
I’m a ‘considerate commuter’, so much so I could add this to my LinkedIn bio. Considerate commuter – this is a thing, I promise you. I know it’s a thing because I just invented the phrase. A considerate commuter refers to someone who is not completely self-obsessed and realises that they are surrounded by thousands of other people as they plod along to work. They abide by all unwritten travelling etiquette Continue reading
For as long as I have been alive, I have never played witness to such an outpouring of women coming forward to share their experiences of living in an unequal world. In 2018, it shocks me that these imbalances still exist. Continue reading
I was brought up in “the most multicultural society in the country” – or so I’ve proudly said for the past 10 years of my life. And yes, geographically I do live in a place considered the most multicultural in the world – but is it really? Continue reading
What did you do this New Year? How long did you spend planning it? Were you determined it had to be the ‘Best. Night. Ever.’? Did you try to send off 2017 with a bang, reminiscing about all your successes and not-so-successes and vowing that 2018 is going to be your year? Continue reading
“Are you guys dating?”
“You like her, don’t you?”
“Are you sure you guys aren’t together?” …
Bruh, I think we know that we aren’t sleeping together or in any sort of romantic relationship. Continue reading