My ‘Binge-Watching’ Plans

With only one week left of second year at University, I am planning a total three-month relaxation this summer, before I head back for nine months of dissertations, deadlines and an eventual graduation job-search. Among my numerous holiday and festival plans (and the occasional bit of work!) I plan to do some serious binge-watching. There […]

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10 Books for the Single Gal (Published at Debut Magazine Online)

Written for Debut Magazine Online – available here. It’s safe to say that there is a certain stigma attached to single girls; an archaic idea that they cannot be happy, successful and live a fun-filled life without a better half. However, this is 2017,  and as Jennifer Aniston quite rightly said, the single life is to […]

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My Favourite Novel Openings

Reading is quite possibly my favourite way to pass the time and it has been ever since I was a child. Whenever I have a spare moment, I find no greater joy than delving into another world and becoming enthralled with its characters. However, I am one of those readers where a book has to […]

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Ultimate Queen: Miss Bradshaw

Anybody who knows me will tell you that I have a lot of female role models; strong, independent and sassy women who fight for themselves, for who they love and what they believe in. I often refer to them as ‘Queens’ and the list is very diverse, varying from fictional characters to my family to […]

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Corrie’s Sex Grooming Storyline: Why this story MUST be told

It is safe to say that the UK soaps have always tackled difficult subject matters head on, regularly covering topics as harrowing as sexual abuse, racism and drug addictions. However,  the most controversial story of recent months has been the sexual grooming storyline involving 16 year old Bethany Platt in Coronation Street. The story has sparked hundreds of complaints from communications regulator, Ofcom, however […]

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10 Books that EVERY FEMINIST should read…

Feminism is a term that originated from the French word “feminisme” and was first used in English in the 1890s in association with the movement for equal rights for women. Today however, it is a word thrown around far too often and is negatively misconstrued on a daily basis. Every woman should consider themselves a feminist; someone […]

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Pamela Anderson: Hypocrite or Expert? (Published at Debut Magazine Online)

Written for Debut Magazine online – available here. “Porn is for losers — a boring, wasteful and dead-end outlet for people too lazy to reap the ample rewards of healthy sexuality.” – Pamela Anderson It is safe to say that when Pamela Anderson co-wrote an article for the Wall Street Journal describing porn as being “for […]

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