THIS image is a snapshot of a page in Elle UK magazine this month. It’s so powerful, so fabulous, so absolutely ‘spot on’ that I just had to share it with you all. In fact, I love it so much I’m going to frame it and hang it somewhere for everyone to see me. Care to join me?! ——– Till the next time, never let anyone define who ‘you’ are.
AT about 8pm on Saturday night, I was battling with myself not to cry. I wasn’t watching X-Factor or a sad soppy film. Nor was I at a wedding or in the middle of a heated argument. I was listening to the brilliant, passionate and totally inspirational Germaine Greer speak at my local theatre and I was trying not to cry because I didn’t want to end up a sniffling,
EARLIER this week I read something which made me feel completely and utterly sad. And it was this… On Twitter I came across a link to an article which featured a number of tweets from women saying how they’d happily take a beating from R&B performer Chris Brown, if only they were so ‘lucky’ to ‘have’ him. It saddened me on many levels but mainly because a) these women have