A few weeks ago I wrote a few words in support of #metoo – saying that it is incumbent upon men to take action and speak out against sexist abuse. But this is also part of a wider problem, and that we all have a role to play in challenging discrimination in all it’s guises. This … More How did I do?
aSo, this is a blog I didn’t see myself writing but given the media furore around the trouble some men have respecting women by not abusing them and the #metoo campaign I thought I’d jot down a few words. If you’re reading this you probably know who I am but let’s rehash. I’m now 28 … More Respecting women – it’s not bloody complicated.
(TL;DR – for the first time in my life I’m a fully paid member of the Labour party looking to build on the momentum of hope that has appeared over the last month) Last week I promised to post pictures of me in my wife’s swimming costume if Teresa May was no longer Prime Minister … More What can we do? (Part one)
As President of a Students’ Union, I spend my time working for current students on big issues like welfare support, academic facilities, and the cost of living. Yet, as I come to the end of my time in Bangor I feel it’s time to write some angry words about life outside studentopia. This is partly … More Money, London, and a housing market that just isn’t working.