Gay and straight dating are not two things that typically go hand in hand, and the same can be said when it comes to the world of dating apps. But in what ways are the apps that typically target different sexualities different? Charly Lester, dating expert and former employee of online dating site Gaydar, believes that “the main difference between the gay and straight apps … Continue reading Online Dating: Are straight and gay dating apps really that different?
It is barely a minute into the show and inflatable penises are waving in the air, a song about a vagina is playing and the crowd are going crazy. There is only one thing this can be – a CupcakKe concert. Opening the March 13th performance with her famous lyrics “remind ya, I’m kinda, wet, run it down my vagina,” CupcakKe makes the audience sure … Continue reading A Night with CupcakKe
With the finale of RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars season three airing tonight, fans are divided over who deserves to snatch the crown. The final four features Shangela Laquifa Wadley, Trixie Mattel, Bebe Zahara Benet and Kennedy Davenport (but, let’s face it, Bebe and Kennedy won’t/shouldn’t win tonight). The easiest place to start when it comes to why Shangela is the deserving winner of this season is … Continue reading Why Shangela Deserves to Win All Stars 3
Dropping out of university is not an easy thing to do. It goes against everything you’ve spent so much time and energy working towards. Without sounding dramatic, it truly is a life-changing decision and a defining moment in anyone’s life. On November 1st, 2015 I made that decision and I have never spent a second regretting it since. The process of getting to university was, … Continue reading Dropping Out of University: My Experience Two Years Later
Ever wondered what coffee and art have in common? Let’s face it, probably not. But, when I went online to buy my ticket for the London Coffee Festival, I came across the Coffee Art Project which combines coffee and art to raise money for charity. The Coffee Art Project first ran in London in 2013 and gives artists the opportunity to submit work that relates … Continue reading London Coffee Festival 2017: Combining Art with Coffee
From skyscrapers to markets, London has it all, making it almost impossible to see everything in one trip. Whether you’re coming to London for a day or a week, there are certain places you can’t afford to miss out on seeing – here are seven of them in no particular order. 1. The Shard London’s tallest skyscraper, The Shard, opened in 2013 and has dominated London’s skyline ever since. … Continue reading 7 Places You Have to Visit in London
Skylar Grey’s sophomore album, which dropped last September, offers something quite different to her first. Natural Causes provides consistency in a way Don’t Look Down failed to by setting the tone from the beginning of the first song and keeping it going right until the final track. If you haven’t heard of Skylar Grey, that’s unfortunate, but not surprising as her most famous work is … Continue reading Album Review: ‘Natural Causes’ by Skylar Grey