Why Don’t We Take PMS Symptoms Seriously? (284/365)

This morning I was having a conversation with one of my closest friends about PMS and how severe ours gets, it sparked from just us talking about our cycles to a question of whether we get depressed before our period. To which I replied a long the lines of - I get so depressed and … Continue reading Why Don’t We Take PMS Symptoms Seriously? (284/365)

Annoying Double Standards That We Have To Live With (262/365)

Double standards are really annoying, most of them have no basis and are tied to old school and archaic rules that no one follows in our modern day society - yet we're still held to them and honestly it doesn't make sense. There's loads of different double standards that we have to deal with, and … Continue reading Annoying Double Standards That We Have To Live With (262/365)

How To Tell If A Show Is Written By A Woman (259/365)

We love a good provocative title, before the men who read the title get pissed off, take a deep breath. I'm not even going to insult your intelligence by stating 'not all men' because in all honesty male writers range from good to bad, like anyone else. However, when it comes to writing a female … Continue reading How To Tell If A Show Is Written By A Woman (259/365)

Debunking Weird Sexist Arguments Against Feminism (183/365)

Hello friends and welcome to another post about feminism, but in todays post we are going to focus on the other side to it - the arguments against it. Now I'm not going to spend a lot of time talking about what feminism actually is, and how it's about everyones rights purely because I've written … Continue reading Debunking Weird Sexist Arguments Against Feminism (183/365)

Just White Feminist Things (174/365)

Note to readers : I'm not bashing white people, or white people who are feminists, just the brand of white feminism that only focuses on the issues that are about white people and ignore the struggles of people of colour. So now the warnings out of the way I can be honest and hope that … Continue reading Just White Feminist Things (174/365)

How To Deal With Difficult Men (161/365)

We all have them in our lives somewhere, some have them has family members, some experience them at work and some lucky people have managed to get rid of them, but difficult men are out here ruining our lives. Now 'nice guys', I know you might be triggered by this senetence and want to shout … Continue reading How To Deal With Difficult Men (161/365)

The Patriarchy Hurts Us All (133/365)

Have you ever had a conversation with a group of women about the patriarchy and it's damagine effects on our daily lives. This usually follows on with you sharing your experiences and then it happens, I'm sure you know what it is, but when it happens we all sigh and just want to smack the … Continue reading The Patriarchy Hurts Us All (133/365)

We Need To Raise Our Boys Better! (118/365)

Living in the post #metoo era has really got everyone talking about the important topics like sexual harrassment and rape culture, and maybe it was because of the timing, or because as a society we were ready to expose the shitness of the world, but it's taken the world by storm. Before when everyone tried … Continue reading We Need To Raise Our Boys Better! (118/365)

Why We Need International Women’s Day (60/365)

The issue of women globally has always been controversial, feminists are labelled as 'feminazis' and are mistreated as a whole. You'd think issues like women's rights wouldn't even be debated but some still insist on keeping the status quo. International Women's Day gives us the chance to celebrate the history and achievements of women across … Continue reading Why We Need International Women’s Day (60/365)

Backhanded Compliments (56/365)

Life is weird. I've received many compliments in my life and for the most part, I always appreciate them, since someone has taken the time to actually say something to make me feel good and happy. I also love to give a good compliment out, because everyone deserves to feel amazing. Where it gets weird … Continue reading Backhanded Compliments (56/365)