Browsing Tag: Stigma

Me and Make-up

I love doing my make-up, watching YouTube tutorials of others and collecting an array of new products to test. But makeup isn’t to hide my face or hide my insecurities. I am happy in my skin in an overwhelming sense, and I do not hate my face without the layers of makeup on it. Nor […]

International Women’s Day

For those of you who do not know exactly what International Women’s Day is and what is promoting and celebrating … the website states…International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. If you have never read any of […]

Equality vs Equity

[dropcap]Equity[/dropcap] is a word that I can’t say I have ever understood or attempted to understand as I have connected it to banking and other areas as jargon. Until I saw the image below and realised it had, even more, meaning and value than I had realised. It has since become something I am very […]

The pursuit of equality

I have recently watched The pursuit of happyness can you tell? I have wanted to post a blog based on feminism for a long time (please keep reading) to realign the false views so many people hold. Including people I surround myself with, it is too commonly misinterpreted. As actions of radical feminists have become […]

It’s okay not to be okay

[dropcap]It[/dropcap] is okay to have a bad day or week or month. It’s even human. I have had a really bad weekend recently following an attempted attendance back to therapy. I battled with anxiety as I was apprehensive of the session and after a couple of hours at max I decided that I needed relief […]