Sisterhood · By Cia Risbridger

One of my favourite cultural and linguistic shifts, over the past couple of years, is the growing use of the term ‘sisterhood’. I know that it dates back to much earlier (hello 14thcentury, according to the thirty-second Google search I just committed to) but the way it's used that I'm talking about is familiar to … Continue reading Sisterhood · By Cia Risbridger

On world mental health day – Vanhessa Longley

To honour World Mental Health Day, we'd like to extend a special hand of strength, love and solidarity to anybody affected by mental health issues. It's been 3 years since i was properly diagnosed. 16 months since my last hospital trip. 5 months since my last "incident" Mental Health is a tense relationship to have, … Continue reading On world mental health day – Vanhessa Longley

Bullies, lightbulbs and unicorns: finding your friends – Kelly Lothbrook-Smith

If you were bullied at school, you’ve probably read blogs about it. You may even have written one yourself. If you were dragged across the playground by your ponytail by a boy in the year above because you were singing a power ballad medley with your friends and you did the Meatloaf bit really loudly, … Continue reading Bullies, lightbulbs and unicorns: finding your friends – Kelly Lothbrook-Smith