“It’s impossible to imagine the shit that people like Golriz Ghahraman are served on a regular basis, unless you’ve lived it.”
Podcaster and intimacy coach Stacey O'Gorman wants the traditional whitewashed sex industry to go deeper.
Please, don’t talk to me about ‘Covid fatigue’ unless you mean the bone-crushing, mind-numbing exhaustion that comes from this almighty germ
"I’m discovering how much more accessible happiness is when it’s not contingent on my girlhood."
We aren’t all self-obsessed or lacking in social skills.
In the thrilling world of F1 and motorsport, there can be a sexist divide between what constitutes a 'real' or 'fake' fan.
"Her pain of being an immigrant meant her discomfort and displacement gave me freedom."
"My grandmother called her stomach her bread basket... a nice way of reframing the tummy as a holder of all things that are good."
After outsourcing her summer break to Malaysia, Annabel writes in raving favour of holidays filled with not doing much to write home about.
Queer people often ascribe deeper meaning to clothing, leaning on them to convey who we are to the world, in ways both clear and coded.
Over the last year, my body has changed so dramatically I sometimes don’t recognise it.
“I think being queer really saved me from being too prey to the pressures of normative beauty ideals.”