What's it like to be a disabled person in Britain today?
We open up an honest discussion about person first language, passing privilege when it comes to neurotypical functioning and the forgotten disabled women of colour who you should have learnt about in your history lessons. Read More
The way to control a nation is to control their language. Read More
Is elderly care a feminist issue?
Should elderly care for heteronormative people be different to their LGBTQ+ counterparts?
What about the representation of older people on screen? What roles do they play? Do their characters have any depth? Are they even there in the first place? Read More
Why does the UK have one of the biggest class divides? Read More
Gentlemen start your engines, and let the best wo-
Let's stop right there. Read More
We turned ONE!
And to celebrate, we did a live recording in front of a studio audience and discussed the importance of creating platforms alternative to the mainstream. Read More
Next in the kyriarchy saga is clothing, but we're not talking dressing for your shape. Read More
This month we we talk trans to mark Trans Day of Visibility on the 31st March.
According to the Trans Mental Health Review, 84% of trans people have contemplated ending their life, and that is just not okay. Read More
This month we focused on relationships, and more specifically, abusive ones.
2 women are killed every week in England and Wales by a current or former partner, and it's easy to ask 'why don't you just leave?'. Read More