I May Destroy You Inspired Tips For Survivors Speaking Out On Social Media

Michaela Coel’s BBC x HBO hit series, I May Destroy You, sees the main character, Arabella, grapple with the aftermath of being raped. The show really resonated with me because, like Arabella, I’m a survivor and I talked about what happened to me on my social media. Here, I’d like to talk about my experience … More I May Destroy You Inspired Tips For Survivors Speaking Out On Social Media

A Buffy The Vampire Slayer Guide: How Not To Be A Dick About Consent, Survivors and Mental Health

In 2018, it seems people STILL manage to be dicks (across genders) when talking about issues such as consent, domestic violence, mental health and life choices even though ALL THE INFO not to be a dick is basically on the Internet. So I’m asking the chosen one to help. Who is the chosen one? She’s … More A Buffy The Vampire Slayer Guide: How Not To Be A Dick About Consent, Survivors and Mental Health

St. Barts Museum of Pathology and the Hunterian Museum of Surgery

Forget the London Dungeon: some of London’s goriest and most interesting museums exhibit real dead things: St. Bart’s Museum of Pathology and the Hunterian Museum of Surgery. And they’re both free-entry. If, like me, you’re a creep who loves seeing dead things, London is the right place for you. Sherlock fans will have already heard of the … More St. Barts Museum of Pathology and the Hunterian Museum of Surgery