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6 non-judgy gender-neutral indie brands you’ll love

6 non-judgy gender-neutral indie brands you’ll love

There are a growing number of indie retailers offering a wide range of gender-neutral clothing. So where you can shop judgement-free, ethically and responsibly when it comes to gender-neutral clothing and are a good place to shop for androgynous clothes which fit female and male bodies.

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10 ways to enjoy your first sober Christmas

10 ways to enjoy your first sober Christmas

Quitting drink is a life changing journey as it is - but what happens when you face special occasions? You may be living and loving the sober life, but even the festive season can potentially bring up the ghosts of Christmas past when it comes to drinking.

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How do you know if someone is queer?

How do you know if someone is queer?

By Beth Kennedy We’re here, we’re queer...but how can we signal this without saying anything? Queer signalling has been around for decades. In the 70s, LGBTQI+ signalled to one another using a handkerchief system. They would put hankies in their back pocket or their waistbands and each colour signalled a specific sexual preference and specific kinks. There were several variations of the hanky code, so if you’d like to find out more about this slice of LGBTQI+ history, take a look at this great article about flagging (TW: lots of very explicit sexual language). Flagging is not so common now,...

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Lockdown 2.0: Practical tips to help keep your mental wellbeing up

Lockdown 2.0: Practical tips to help keep your mental wellbeing up

It can be hard to stay mentally strong during a global pandemic - but it is possible. Sure, positive thinking can help to an extent, but looking after your mental wellbeing is much more than that. It’s important to look at how you can practically look after your mental health through various means. Here are a few practical ideas to help get you started: Don’t engage with hate online This is a big one. More people staying indoors means people are spending more time on social media. While in some instances, this is a wonderful thing as it keeps us...

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11 Things Lesbians Are Fed Up of Hearing

11 Things Lesbians Are Fed Up of Hearing

A lighthearted list of our top 11 things lesbians get asked or told, which are like, totally annoying!   

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5 effortless looks for the “new normal” - pandemic style

5 effortless looks for the “new normal” - pandemic style

Main photo: @jeessssiiee There’s no denying that the pandemic has changed what we used to see as “normal” in everyday life. From working from home to socially distant socialising with friends, we’ve all had to change at least some of our daily routine to accommodate these changes. However, it doesn’t mean you have to stop having fun with what you wear. We’re coming up to a new season now, so it’s the perfect time to upgrade your wardrobe or try out some new styles. Here are just a few ideas for various scenarios in our “new normal”... Date night / night...

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51 x 5 star Google reviews and counting...

51 x 5 star Google reviews and counting...

   Read all here 51 reviews jen birch 18 hours ago Fabulous service. When I ordered my first shirt, my partner found it before I got home and presumed it was for them. They loved the fit and especially the quality. Since then we have bought many more. The shirts attract positive comments wherever we go. Brilliant products that never disappoint. Pauline Curwen 2 weeks ago Bought some t shirts a few years ago. Hard wearing,great fit and my favourite t shirts yo wear. Rosa Freedman a month ago Ordered two long-sleeved shirts and was delighted to find that the quality...

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Why are women's clothing sizes so inconsistent?

Why are women's clothing sizes so inconsistent?

By Beth Kennedy. Cover image - Youtube/Vox You know how it goes - in H&M you might be a size 14 but in Primark it’s an 18 (or vice versa). So why are women’s clothes sizes so inconsistent? It’s not just in the UK, the US have the same problem as us... and much of it can be attributed to vanity sizing. What is vanity sizing? In short, it’s a marketing tool. Clothing companies wanted to compliment shoppers by reducing the sizes to make women feel they’re a size or two smaller than they really were. Well, it was a marketing tool but apparently...

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