Amplifying underrepresented voices

“It is mystifying that the UK’s general response to George Floyd’s death has been to pat itself on the back and thank the Queen that it is not like that

“It took spending Ramadan in the midst of a pandemic for me to really learn the concept of Syukur - gratitude for the present moment.” By Nur Khairiyah (Khai)   In my

Five new parents meet for tea, dying to know about each other’s first weeks of parenthood. Some of them are delighted that their children sleep like angels, others complain about

The Everyday struggles of a 21-year old Kazakh girl trying to find a place for feminism in Post-Soviet Mentality. By Karla Noor Karla Noor is Fashion and Culture journalist and blogger currently

Why touching Afro hair is really not the thing to do, even for curious and well meaning fingers. A written piece by Hey Chanté, creator of the Please Don’t Touch

This year at London Pride it seemed that every shop, bank and confectionary had a float and banner. Corporations bought into the beneficial publicity of showing how progressive and okay

Right now, we’re going through another feminist revolution however this time, it’s on the screen. By Gabrielle Kynoch   We have Wonder Woman smashing the box office in thigh highs and gold accessories.

Portland Oregon in the Wake of Trumps Presidency By Gabrielle Kynoch   Across the Pond, is a country in disbelief. A man with outlandish ideas, questionable (at best) morals and who has little

I am seeking to do a comparative analysis of Disidentifications, Queers of Color and the Performance of Politics, written by Jose Esteban Munoz and Paris is Burning, which chronicles the