Baby Brain Memoirs on Mental Health & Down’s Syndrome

Baby Brain Memoirs I first started blogging as an outlet for making sense of my feelings that I can only describe as being alien to me at the time. I experienced this straight after the birth of my first born, a son. Before his arrival I had everything worked out, however when the little guy … Continue reading Baby Brain Memoirs on Mental Health & Down’s Syndrome

Pamli weds Sarah: PS Love Wins

Pamli and Sarah are in a mixed race same-sex marriage. Sarah is British Irish Jamaican Turkish and Pamli is British Indian Punjabi. The two met in 2015 and married on the 12th of April in 2019. Soon after, Pamli and Sarah started an Instagram page called PS love wins. It’s become a safe space for … Continue reading Pamli weds Sarah: PS Love Wins

Interview: Surviving Marital Rape

On July 15th 2019 Mandeep Hayre shared her experience of trauma incited by sexual violence. In a powerful twitter thread Mani (her preferred name) owned her voice and story by calling out her rapist – her ex-husband. In publicly addressing her sexual assault Mani hopes to empower other survivors of sexual abuse and more specifically victims … Continue reading Interview: Surviving Marital Rape

Women of colour in Film and TV: Script Editor Naz Ahmed on defying the odds

MY JOURNEY AS A CREATIVE WOMAN WHO DEFYED THE ODDS… As with any journey, I guess one should start right at the very beginning. So, nearly thirty years ago, I remember telling someone about my hope to work in television someday. He laughed at me and said the closest I would ever get to a … Continue reading Women of colour in Film and TV: Script Editor Naz Ahmed on defying the odds