Book Review: OK so I read The Game by Neil Strauss

  The Game by Neil Strauss They say “Don’t hate the player, hate The Game.” But after reading Strauss’ Number One Best Seller, it’s clear the player’s got problems too   When I’ve had a tipple too many, I have a habit of buying everything on my Amazon wishlist. Sometimes I catch it in time to cancel … More Book Review: OK so I read The Game by Neil Strauss

On Silence & Speaking Up (Or Why Our Voices Matter)

The way we react and talk about trauma has changed thanks to the rise of social media and 24-hr news cycles. Recently, we saw this following the massacre in Orlando, the murder of MP Jo Cox, the EU Referendum more generally. All very different events. All followed by outpourings of grief, condolence, anger, support that went viral and … More On Silence & Speaking Up (Or Why Our Voices Matter)

#LikeAGirl vs. Matt Haig: Can Men Write A Feminist Novel?

In January, Emma Watson spoke of her pride in being part of the HeForShe movement. She told us that feminism is a matter for both genders, and has benefits for women and men. When Matt Haig expressed an interest in writing about gender, however, twitter descended. Why? Can a man not write a feminist novel? … More #LikeAGirl vs. Matt Haig: Can Men Write A Feminist Novel?