Ways You Can Support Pride (and the LGBTQ community) Without Attending a Parade!
Echoing the majority of Pride parades around the world, following the corona virus outbreak, Brighton Pride was officially cancelled last week. Although it was expected, and absolutely the right thing to do, I’m heartbroken. For us, and many other LGBTQ people, Pride is an important weekend in our calendar. It’s a time where we get
Every Pride, a variety of social media handles will take part in a change in their avatar to represent the “season”. They may also create a rainbow-themed product, or feature the more “diverse” members of their payroll. It often (not always!) comes with good intention, however once Pride season has well and truly finished, the
Adoption for people in same sex relationships has been legal since 2002. It has taken a long time for it to be fully embraced but, as things stand, the LGBTQ+ community have more rights than they ever have had. There is no difference between what is expected of opposite sex couples and same sex couples
Last week we attended the Vuelio Online Influencer Awards in London – a prestigious event for the blogging and ‘Influencer’ industry; recognising those who are leading by example. This was my second time attending the event, and Sharon’s first, however this year it was a whole new experience as we were nominated for an award.
Making a baby as a lesbian couple is a minefield. There are no ‘early nights’ when it comes to trying, and sperm comes at a premium. Every couple will have their own hurdles, whether it’s money or who wants to conceive, but either way, it’s important that you educate yourself on this incredibly important journey
For those of you who do not know much about my backstory, you probably didn’t know that from the age of ten I was raised by two mums after my mum came out as a lesbian a few years after my father passed away. This meant that at Christmas and Mothers’ Day my sister and