As children, we trust our bodies to take us any and everywhere. As adults, we start to rely more on cars than ourselves, losing touch with our bodies.
Where workplace laws won't go, "work anywhere" has almost always been interpreted to mean "work everywhere".
To cover the facts: sexism in the kitchen, is very much one that has privileged men.
'I’m exercising my choice,' is what I tell my feminist mind every time I grudgingly sit down to shave. But, who are we kidding?
This poem explores the emotional and societal aspects of abusive relationships.
"When I was a kid filled with internal queerphobia, being called a 'chakka' or 'gay' was very offensive, but after years of exploration, I've realised my queerness is completely normal.