The Dehumanisation of Humans

Humans are both beautiful and horrible. We are given both the capacity to love and hate, to act compassionately or with complete indifference. All the while wanting to be loved, included and even respected. We’re these social things, and we need each other in order to thrive the way we do- so why is it that we act like other humans don’t matter? Why do … Continue reading The Dehumanisation of Humans


Once a warm July summer Now a cool October evening I have changed so deeply-¬†Yet parts of me still look the same I think the most important memories are held in my chest I check that my heart is still thereI guess it is slightly bigger than a lemon,It looks the same. I squeeze it until pulp oozes out, bitterness pinching my cheeks In my … Continue reading Pulp

IWD 2019

In lieu of International Women’s Day earlier this month, I had been thinking recently about what sort of opinions hover around the term “feminism”, and what that actually means to me nowadays. The timeline for feminism starts as far back as the early 1900s- which in reality isn’t actually that long ago. The debate regarding women publicly owning their own sexualities starts in around the … Continue reading IWD 2019