In our penultimate episode, actor, producer and spoken word artist Kamari Romeo joins Holly and Kate to chat about finding creative outlets, what being transgender means to him and his experience growing up in a black church community…
There’s NOW WAY we could have a list of inspiring, diverse songs without including this track! Queen Bey has been killing it for years, but with Formation, she changed the narrative…and blew up the internet with it!
However well-meaning, the argument against bikinis being appropriate for young girls says more about our oversexualisation of them than their view of themselves.
If your response to justified outrage is to cry “BUT WHAT ABOUT ALL OTHER OUTRAGE” perhaps you’re part of the problem.
The use of “whataboutism” in political dialogue is an excuse to feel better about not doing anything by belittling the cause of those who are.
If your immediate response to a topic is to deflect onto another one, ask yourself why that might be.
One woman’s decision to take ownership of her own body, and how you can have purpose without procreation.
Raising a little boy, Mel Carter is finding out the hard way how damaging gender stereotypes affect little boys as much as their female counterparts.
For most of us, when we think of church, the last thing that comes to mind is a discussion about sex. One life-long Christian asks the question, can church be sex-positive?