HELLO FRIENDS! Acquaintances and enemies welcome too, I guess. I am writing this on Friday the 13th, a day that is supposed to be ~slightly scary~ for reasons I'm unsure of. Perhaps I will Google it when I finish this blog post, PERHAPS I WON'T. Such is the kooky spooky nature of this sacred day. … Continue reading HOW TO BE ASSERTIVE: A FLAWED GUIDE BY YOURS TRULY
Do you ever visit shops that sell pastel bunting and oversized cushions with initials on them? I do. On each return trip I slowly remember that I can't really afford more than three packets of striped paper straws, and so I plod to the exit, defeated, again. But a few weeks ago, as I huffed … Continue reading I had a skateboard when I was your age
Just before my thirteenth birthday, I took the plunge and asked my mum for a mascara. For a second it felt like I was the protagonist in a Judy Blume book, like Rachel Robinson or Margaret, that girl who talked to god all the time. Are you there, mum? It's me, your daughter. I'm sick … Continue reading Make-up = my choice (and yours, too)
If you know me, you're probably sick of hearing that domestic violence doesn't just involve physical abuse. I'M SORRY, I know it's something I bring up - and write about - a lot. But I'm also not sorry, at all, because the more people that learn about this the better, and if shoving it down … Continue reading The coercive control law: what does it mean?