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About 2 years ago, I was sat in a doctor’s office, and having a panic attack. I remember the concerned GP handing me tissue after tissue, reassuring the...

Verbal Remedy’s 2018 podcast has arrived! This episode’s theme is ‘Women’s Bodies’ and how they are perceived and policed in today’s society. Be it trans...

  A little while ago I found myself in a really bad job. The work itself was fine, but the atmosphere was stifling; in an open plan office of around 40 people...

Watching Oprah Winfrey giving her Golden Globes award speech with my daughters aged 18 and 13, I found myself feeling completely overwhelmed with the sense of...

Canadian author Margaret Atwood has become ubiquitous this year for many reasons, not least because the HBO adaptation of her classic piece The Handmaid’s Tale...

On the 7th of January 2018, the Golden Globes took place in the United States. In attendance were hundreds of famous, and famous-adjacent, people, dressed in...

I keep seeing eating disorder recovery stories pop up on social media sites and a theme seems to be present amongst most. Each individual has faced the...

It’s only taken a day for 2018 to throw a curveball to disabled people in the UK, throwing students and working class people under the same bus for good...

With 96% of 16-24 year olds using social networks it’s no longer sustainable to give yourself an outright ban – even if you know that constant scrolling, swiping...

Considering it was released in 2001, you might forgive The Princess Diaries for its loveable but dubious plot line. However, Mia Thermopolis is one of hundreds...