THE SUNDAY PAPERS

If you live in London, you’ll know it’s cold up in hurr. Stepped off the tube yesterday and thought I was in Antarctica. Well, not quite but I am wearing a jumper. Haven’t been able to sleep the last week or so, so have been scrolling lots. Here’s my note-worthy picks from the last 7.

Fenty Rollies

Self care isn’t optional

This is hilarious

Hiding texts is cheating

Intern at 43

Arguing is good for you

Ejaculating dildo, anyone?

America’s abortion rights

Instagram is a feminist haven

14 Reasons to Look Forward to Autumn

What’s chrysalis time?

When you feel pregnant but aren’t

Can your boyfriend say, ‘vagina’ without going all weird?

Feminist tatts

Special mention

Goes to Lauren, this week, with her run down of her run-in with chemotherapy. It’s not an easy read but it’s an important one. Thanks for sharing, lady

To the rest of you, have a good week.

THE SUNDAY PAPERS

September is upon us. One of my favourite months of the year. A time for new beginnings and fresh starts. Not going to lie, though, this week has been a weird one. Full of ups and downs, to say the very least. I’m going to spend Sunday sleeping and reading. You should do the same.

Here are my favourite reads from the last seven days.

If you know it’s true, fight for it

How Instagram makes your basic af

Don’t do it. It’s damaging.

What’s it like to pop a pill?

Food for thought

Ebb and flow

Group covers at Vogue

Sign off your email as a man and watch the results

La Rentree for Life

Millennials are happier in their jobs than their parents…

LET’S TALK SEX

Ten years since graduation

Men marrying children in the US

How to break up healthily

Check your bits: signs of vulval cancer

Shaving

Podiatrist v Pedicurist

Would you get married within a year?

Check out your monthly horoscope with Broadly

Have a good one.

THE SUNDAY PAPERS

After a hectic week in the big smoke, it’s nice to be back in Bristol, enjoying a lazy weekend. If you’re doing the same as me, i.e. not a lot, catch up on the last 7 days over a hot cup of coffee.

Can we raise kids as gender-neutral?

White supremacists want to remain anonymous

Children are a choice

Racism begins at home

Friends with an ex?

Being a young single mum

Laters, monochrome

Define success

Why bridesmaids should still be a thing

Wake up to racism

The trials and tribulations of tampons

Bring Mount Rushmore down?

Be a Beach Goddess

Hatred in Charlottesville

Love in Barcelona

Have a good week.