The Perks Of Being A Queerflower: Finding your people

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In part three of her series, Louisa tackles the difficulty of finding friendship BY LOUISA BENNETT, IMAGE VIA BROADLY, GENDER SPECTRUM COLLECTION When you walk your own path, the prospect of socialising with other actual human beings can feel a bit overwhelming. Sometimes, it might simply be a case of taking a deep breath and [….]

THE BISEXUAL BIBLE: For a cost benefit analysis of dating

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“Like the stock market. You commit yourself to your investment with no real way of ensuring the performance of the stocks” BY GEORGIA BUTLER I want something on the record, something to hold me accountable. Because I may have just made a huge mistake, and when I look back at this, I cannot blame anyone [….]

BLOG: Maternity leave meets social isolation for #WhichOneIsMummy

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“While parents all over social media try to trump each other with the ‘best home-schooling methods’, I’ll stick with what’s within my limits – survival!” BY KATY ROBSON-MALONE Well… this isn’t exactly what I had in mind for my maternity leave. Rather, I’d imagined going out walking the tiniest human in her buggy in the [….]

BLOG: #WhichOneIsMummy on experiencing “motherhood guilt”

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“Looking back, I can laugh, but hey – these were real feelings at the time. I just needed some time to get a little perspective” BY KATY ROBSON-MALONE At both five and six weeks, I sat on my sofa crying… This is the time where I always struggle the most after having a baby. Emotions and [….]

THE BISEXUAL BIBLE: On dating during a pandemic

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“Let’s talk about (phone) sex, baby” BY GEORGIA BUTLER This is… new, isn’t it? A pandemic? I can’t be the only one who feels as though we have been swept into the middle ages, walking around with black buboes under our arms and in places they never should have been. Seriously, buboes in the groin? [….]

BLOG: #WhichOneIsMummy welcomes baby number four

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“There is absolutely nothing else in this world which can compare to the moment that your child is born” BY KATY ROBSON-MALONE Your child being born is so special and unique to each baby that it leaves a lasting imprint that you’ll hold close forever – and this time, the fourth time for us – was [….]