A little piece of my childhood, as a person with disabilities.
All throughout my childhood, I can remember struggling on a social front. I attended the Rainbow Guides but left before Brownies and returned only with pressure from my mother to get involved with the Girl Guides. I was hesitant, I hated organised group activities, and I knew it. With my mother involved, I eventually stuck … Continue reading Remembering Philip: The Prince Who Gave Me Hope
I still remember it now. I'd sat down to my daily breakfast apple & cinnamon pancakes and a cup of tea when the email came in: Media interview. A media interview?! I'd never had a media interview before. I mean I'd done a guest post before, and a few social blogger interviews, but a media … Continue reading Guest Post: Why Bondage Frees People From Chronic Pain
Let me start by telling you that I'm someone who has never been in trouble before. I've never had a detention, never been fined or arrested and have most certainly never been to jail. I'm quite a cheeky, playful person, but I have respect for the law and the brave men and women who risk … Continue reading I May Break The UK’s New Lockdown Laws, But Here’s Why
For this first post, let's take a look at chronic pain and BDSM.
Even if your PIP tribunal is a success, winning doesn't always feel like winning.
Not everyone can perform stunning gymnastics or dangerous magic stunts. and that's okay. Disabled people are still awesome exactly as we are.
How I handle unsolicited dog care advice.
What it means to be "differently-abled"