Heather Dalgleish talks about new years resolutions and what she is taking into 2021
Heather Dalgleish talks about her experiences with body hair and learning to feel feminine no matter what you choose.
In episode 6 season 1 of sex education popular girl blonde Amee is asked what she wants while having sex. “I’ve never been asked that before” the character recognizes, worried. How are you meant to enjoy sex if you have never figured what you enjoy in the first place? How are women meant to own and enjoy their sexuality if pleasure is always linked to what a guy wants?
Although accommodation for different dietary requirements is on the up, lockdown stunted a lot of vegetarian options on menus. Even before that, as Nela Cadi recounts, catering can be a struggle for those with special dietary requirements.
Maybe it’s the rose tinted glasses, but surely we’ve got a problem. The movie genre known as “chick flicks” used to be empowering, argues Heather Dalgleish. So why, recently, have they become performative and promoted inappropriate sexual narratives?
Laura Menendez on her experience of Colombian Nobel Prize nominee Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s ‘Love In The Times of Cholera.’ It’s easy to forget that COVID19 isn’t the first global pandemic – this book uses metaphor to describe displacement in long-distance relationships.
For many, the holidays are a time of joy. Seasonal Affective Disorder means that for many, this is simply not a possibility. Jasmine Hall runs down some methods of combatting SAD, resources provided in the article if you need some help. We love you here at Bloom x
Everyone has their place in the world. We all belong somewhere. We all have a voice, and we should all be able to speak up for what we care about. But sometimes, despite good intentions, our actions have consequences we didn’t expect. Maybe sometimes we should let someone else speak. Someone else who has overcomeContinue reading “In Patience, and in Silence, Lies Revolution”
Any history lesson will teach you the basic fact: those accused of witchcraft were predominantly women. Heather Dalgleish dives into the sexism surrounding witchcraft accusations throughout history.
I was tired and sweaty from my volleyball practice. It was already 10pm on a normal Tuesday. I showered and devoured my dinner. It almost looked like I hadn’t eaten in a week. The truth is I just wanted to be on time for the broadcasting of this drama series I was terribly hooked to.