I Wear My War Paint For Me

Words: Jessica Sheridan I’m going to discuss something very important to me: make-up. I can already hear you sighing. I can see you rolling your eyes or cocking a (perfectly sculpted) eyebrow because make-up isn’t that important. And you’re right; I guess it’s not that important. But make-up culture helps demonstrate something more important than…

Poem: ‘Together’ by Carolyn Chorley

 A touch so gentle and tender With a sigh your heart must surrender And the delicate threads of your lonely soul Are gathered to knit your spirit whole.   This love, this passion, only now found Once wrapped so tightly, now unbound To freely flow to the universe and you And then to the heavens…

The Morning After Pill: A Breakdown

Babies and children aren’t for everyone. Sure, some are great. I mean, we all have that favourite younger family member who is cute, (mostly) clean but if chaos were to ensue we know that we can just give them back to their guardians. Sometimes though, all you do see is the smelly, screaming, temper tantrum…