Here are just a few of the worrying headlines that we’ve already seen this year: The fact that LGBT inclusive education is still even a discussion point is, quite frankly, ridiculous. Here’s why: “How did you know you were gay?” The question I have been asked more times than I could possibly count. The answer … More My story- Why LGBT people need to be represented in our education system
1) It’s based on a true story. Not only is it true, but it’s also incredibly moving. In 1999, against the tragedy of her husband’s death, Angela Baker (or Annie as she is known in the film and stage adaptation) and her friends from the Women’s Institute, decided to raise money for their local hospital … More West End review- 5 reasons you should see The Girls!
It’s on a regular basis that I receive messages from up-and-coming artists asking me to check out their tracks. Being the rather useless person that I am, I tend to just brush these messages aside, but when I received a message from singer-songwriter Heather VanSaint something told me that she was worth listening to. With a desperate … More Heather VanSaint- An LGBT artist to look out for
Those who know me personally will know that I’ve been vegetarian for many years now. However after seeing the lovely Amanda Abbington and Rebecca Callard advocate it, I decided to start 2017 off by participating in the fantastic movement known as Veganuary! As their official website states, the main aim of Veganuary is to “reduce … More January? You mean Veganuary!
Today I took a trip to the theatre. Many of you who know me personally will know that I go to the theatre rather a lot, though most of the time it’s to see musicals. This time, I thought it would make a change to see a play. Now don’t get me wrong, I have … More Theatre Recommendation- The Children at The Royal Court
“Oh my god, you’re such a hypochondriac.” It’s a sentence we all say and hear on a regular basis, and who can blame us? No one likes to constantly hear someone whinging about small, unimportant problems. Or at least that’s how I used to feel 4 years ago before I was diagnosed with health anxiety. … More What is health anxiety? My experience of living with hypochondria.
It’s actually a bit awkward to know where to begin isn’t it? As you’ve probably gathered by this point, my name is Emily, I’m 21 years old and I’m extremely, extremely gay! As of September I’ve been living in London studying film in the hopes of one day becoming a stage/screen writer. Most of my … More Introducing myself!