I’ve finally got some free time so I decided that I would compile all of my favourite things from January into one big post. I think it’ll be a good way to keep track of stuff throughout the year and I’ll probably do this for every month but let’s see how things go, shall we?
Your fatphobia disgusts me.
This isn’t the thing I wanted to post about in my next blog post, I actually have a whole other piece written and saved on my laptop, but I feel like if I don’t talk about this it just won’t sit right with me. Continue reading
Today I want to to talk about feminism.
I want to talk about it because it’s something that’s very important to me and recently I’ve been learning a lot about it and, in the process, learning a lot about myself. This probably won’t be very long – the sole purpose is really for me to outline what I’ve learnt and hopefully someone else will learn something from it.
Today I went to see Les Misérables in the Queen’s Theatre, London, and let me tell you, I cried four times. I’m pretty sure everyone can agree that Les Mis is a tragic tale and I felt that showed through whilst watching it. As mentioned in my previous post, I find the era of the French Revolution to be fascinating – I’m not quite sure why but I’m pretty sure this contributed to how much I loved it. Honestly, the whole day was an amazing experience… even if I did feel ridiculously overdressed. This will contain spoilers. Continue reading