When I first was asked this question, the answer seemed immediately obvious – yes, of course. Everyone has different expectations and ideas on what sex is. It’s important to be on the same page so […]
Autumn is here and after a feed bombarded with beach pictures for the last few months, it is finally time to replace the blue skies and white beaches for the gorgeous browns, reds and yellows […]
If you’re a big foodie like me, then you are likely to have a hunger for delicious authentic international cuisine as oppose to always succumbing to the big restaurant chains like Wagamama and Pizza Express. […]
There are 21.1M posts with the hashtag #selfcare on Instagram and most of them are merely deep quotes about existence and brands trying to sell products to you on the notion that skin care is equivalent to […]
Yasmine discusses how it is normal to see body changes and weight gain and how to love yourself for it.
Open relationships, or polyamory, on the other hand, still remain taboo – it’s ‘extramarital’, and involves something other than monogamy as cheating does, yet with express permission from all parties involved – but it’s still considered strange and not how you’re supposed to do things.
Andy Gregory, one of LUU‘s Health and Wellbeing Co-ordinators, discusses toxic masculinity and what it really means to be a man in light of Movember.
Matthew Jeffery discusses Movember and alternative ways to raise awareness regarding men‘s health
Classism and Edgy Leeds culture are undoubtedly entwined. The appropriation of the working class by southern, rich, middle class students founds Edgy Leeds culture.
For many years, I had a vague sleeping schedule planned: alarms based on school days during the week, 10am during the weekend. I was neither a crazy morning person nor the late-night owl that most […]