Life is a fast mover, and there's always something new around the corner, whether we expect it or not. Sometimes, it's overwhelming; sometimes, it's exciting; sometimes, it's both. My life has come with a mix of all three, in recent times especially, and those are things I wanted to share with you. PersonalThe first thing… Continue reading A little life update!
Last year, I went to Pride for the first time. Unfortunately, my first event was Pride In London, which I have since denounced as a result of the TERF infiltration in 2018. Another reason it's been avoided by me is the lack of accessibility partnered with busy crowds (making access harder, but also inducing anxiety).… Continue reading Pride(s) 2019
Today, I want to lay down some goals with you all for the upcoming month. I'm hoping the month goes to plan and I'm excited for what it brings, the small adventures and large, and the future feats I'll be setting myself up for. This August I'm free of the education system and have no… Continue reading Things I’d Like To Achieve This August
I want to post this not as a justification, but as a note to those in the same boat as me that you're not alone and we should be proud of all we've been done and are doing into the future. This morning, I recieved a fair few amount of messages questioning me on something… Continue reading The Medical Mandate
On what is not far off of the year anniversary for my 'Rare Disease Talks' post where I spoke about BBC's Casualty's representation of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Fibromyalgia and Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (PoTS), I'm back with another*. This one varies slightly, with the representation being served upon a reality television show, but I think this… Continue reading Rare Disease Talks: RuPaul’s Drag Race (2019)
This month, I'm asking you to be aware of the chronic and mental health conditions I battle with, and educate yourself.
I vouched at the beginning of last year that i'd be transparent on mental health, disability, recovery, and even started an instagram account to log all of that. Ironically, it's chronic illness that's caused the downfall of that account due to a lack of spoons to post and update, constant brain fog and a lack… Continue reading The Side Of Chronic Illness You Don’t See On The Internet