A feature in the August 2015 issue of Glamour Magazine (UK) talking about bisexuality and all the intrusive, insulting questions bisexual people often get asked.
Why would we rather tell our boss we have chronic diarrhoea than admit we’re suffering from depression?
How are you supposed to come to terms with your sexuality when you’re taught that sex and love can only exist between a man and a woman?
Globalisation and cultural homogenisation mean that many of the world’s languages are in danger of vanishing. UNESCO has identified 150 European languages which it considers are either vulnerable or endangered. We talk to speakers of these lesser-known languages – from Faroese to Pite Saami. 1. Faroese Who speaks it: spoken in the Faroe islands – […]
The feelings of grief, horror and discomfort that accompany the aftermath of Isla Vista shootings last Friday will be difficult – impossible, for many – to shake. Elliot Rodger, a 22-year old UC Santa Barbara student, stabbed his three flatmates before fatally shooting two more female students, a man inside an IV Deli Mart and […]
There’s nothing more voyeuristic or self-indulgent than believing you deserve to know anything about the suicide of a stranger. Yet, here we are, twenty years after Kurt Cobain’s death, still asking why a man who struggled with depression and drug abuse would possibly want to end it all. Like, surely not? Something doesn’t add up. […]