film, tv, and music, LGBT, lifestyle, Uncategorized

7 things I’m excited to cosy up and watch this autumn

So, it's officially cosy season and typically, i'm more of a book reader and serial re-watcher... but there's a few new TV shows/series I'm excited about, coming out this autumn. Don't worry, if you're more of a literature person yourself, i'll still have my bookish posts going up this Blogtober, but here's a change to go with… Continue reading 7 things I’m excited to cosy up and watch this autumn

LGBT, lifestyle, mental health, personal, Uncategorized

Valid: Mental Health Awareness and National Coming Out Day

This week has held two very important events directly relevant to my life, and... I never had a chance to speak about them. The truth is, on these days I wasn't feeling too fabulous, so I really had to prioritise my spoons, physically and emotionally, but these were also too important to me to simply… Continue reading Valid: Mental Health Awareness and National Coming Out Day

creative writing, LGBT

Forever

The skies of blue Turn to dark grey When I'm not with you. The only thing To see, I pray, Are your eyes, sparkling As I did yesterday- Though not today- For the rest of 'forever'. This short poem is sponsored by Lauren's Tears On The Train Home (you've. probably guessed... this is not a… Continue reading Forever

creative writing, LGBT, Uncategorized

Technicolour (Poetic prose by Lauren Curr)

In a world where all looks scare her, eyes meet. There's a flash of technicolour, standing out, in a world usually seen in black and white vision. Illuminated joy seeps through the waves of life; the salt usually blurs even the brightest of stars and crashes on the sandbanks too fast to even gasp for… Continue reading Technicolour (Poetic prose by Lauren Curr)

body positivity, LGBT, personal, Uncategorized

What PRIDE means to me

Pride is something I've been raised to have a careful balance with. Before, I never really knew why that mattered, but in more recent years, I have most certainly used it to my advantage. Pride meant little to me growing up. I knew it to bear something on confidence (in a good way) but also… Continue reading What PRIDE means to me

creative writing, LGBT, politics, Uncategorized

Borders – Poem by Lauren Curr

An original poem by Lauren Curr. - Borders Can't define us, Don't align us- Let us be. - Who can say What's yours or not On stolen Territory? - Humans Love and humans hurt It's just life, You see. - Why not, For just one last day, You let us All be free. We're coming… Continue reading Borders – Poem by Lauren Curr

body positivity, film, tv, and music, LGBT, Uncategorized

What Drag Race Has Done For My Confidence

RuPaul's Drag Race. It's queer culture. It's your feel good reality show with a high dosage of shaaade. In my last post, I actually referenced a specific moment from the show to coherently express my feelings on a matter, but today I speak of a much more generalised topic surrounding the show; Confidence. Confidence? How… Continue reading What Drag Race Has Done For My Confidence