Jonathan Tonge writes the second part to his story about dealing with loss, sadness and losing a parent so young
Recently, Bloom had a fantastic opportunity to interview the amazing British filmmaker Ella Greenwood. At just 19, her short Faulty Roots is currently in development as a feature film. We spoke to her to discuss her journey from acting to making the films!
In honour of 2021’s International Women’s Day Bloom decided to set out and ask people about what it means to be a woman. Here are some of the responses we got: “Being courageous, independent and able to give life.” “Inequality and pain.” “To me being a woman is much more than simply gender identity. It’sContinue reading “What does it mean to be a woman?”
Its LGBTQ+ history month so lets continue with Marsha P. Johnson, an american activist for trans and gay rights
It’s LGBTQ+ History Month, so lets talk Radclyffee Hall, a poet and author who continues to inspire many for her views on fashion and her trial of women lovers
This LGBTQ+ History month, lets talk Queen Anne and her sexuality with a flurry of very close women.
Louis Ware is a man with a mission, to walk from Lands End to John o’groats, and he’ll be doing it all in his trusty kilt
As it’s LGBTQ history month, what better way to commence the series than with a fact that maybe not all of you are aware of, Edward II’s sexuality. He was king from 1307-1327, and though he did marry a woman, marriages during this time often occurred for political reasons rather than bride and groom falling in love.
Heather Dalgleish talks about the rock icon of Stevie Nicks, and whether or not she is a witch or not.
Why do they eat haggis, neeps and tatties on Burns Night? When did Robert live? Is Auld Lang Syne the national song of Scotland, or is it Mull of Kintyre? All that and more coming up.