Lucy Spraggan announces split from wife Georgina

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The singer-songwriter announced the news on Instagram BY DIVA STAFF. IMAGE INSTAGRAM Singer-songwriter Lucy Spraggan, 28, has announced that her and her partner of six years, Georgina Gordon have decided to “part ways on [their] adventure.” Lucy announced the news via her Instagram, writing: “It’s with sadness to let you know that after nearly 6 [….]

Long-distance love: The one where she moves to Singapore

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“Having met queer Singaporeans, I have witnessed their own survival and relative comfort” BY YAIZA CANOPOLI It started as a normal weekday when I was picking up my girlfriend for her lunch break, and ended as the day I made a life changing decision… I’m moving to Singapore. She went into the question hesitantly and, [….]

On body confidence in the bedroom

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“Performance anxiety makes up a great percentage of bedroom confidence for women loving women” BY BIRMINGHAM LGBT Confidence in the bedroom can have a massive effect on self-esteem and sexual wellbeing – especially when it comes to lesbian and bisexual women. Performance under (or over) the sheets is something that is discussed so frequently within [….]

How to be social with your partner’s ex

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LGBT self-help coach Gina Battye shares her wisdom BY GINA BATTYE  Is your partner’s friendship with an ex creating tension in your relationship? When you voice your concerns over the closeness of their friendship, your partner insists there is nothing to worry about. And you know that, deep down. The reality is, they were in [….]

5 steps to a paranoia-free relationship

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Or, as Anisa Easterbrook’s dad says, “Don’t put your umbrella up before it rains” BY ANISA EASTERBROOK Paranoia or jealousy in relationships can be a nightmare for everyone involved. The majority of us will have experienced it at least once in our lives with a partner. It can consume your every thought and send you [….]

5 signs you’re not compatible

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Love may move mountains and always win, but love doesn’t trump compatibility BY KIM BAKER  Of all the lessons I’ve learned in love, the hardest and perhaps most important was this: loving someone doesn’t equal being compatible. In one long term relationship, I ignored signs of our incompatibility early on. She was broody and cynical, [….]