5 Reasons Why I Think Black Creatives Should be on Twitter [Guest Post]

Black Twitter is an online cultural identity that many black people around the world align with, popular culture depends on and businesses stay trying to profit off. While African Americans represent the largest membership base of Black Twitter, the increasing voice, power and influence that Black British Twitter has been something I’ve kept a keen … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why I Think Black Creatives Should be on Twitter [Guest Post]

Modern Black Queer Icons [Guest Post]

Hello beautiful people! I want to say thank you to Saabirah for reaching out to me for this guest post, I had so much fun writing it! Queer history within Black History Month isn't often talked about however the educational and cultural impact of it is just as important during this month and after. Here … Continue reading Modern Black Queer Icons [Guest Post]

July & August: Carnival, Features & Temporary Happiness

Two very productive months! Had some time off work, so I got the chance to attend a few events. I also celebrated my 23rd birthday with some of my favourite people. Events Ended July with Ade's first #PUSH event. You can catch all the highlights from the event on youtube, and I put together a … Continue reading July & August: Carnival, Features & Temporary Happiness

April & May: Writers Block & Mental Health Awareness Week

Not much happened in April, I had some major writers block, and ended up writing I Don't Know What To Write About. Also my blog turned two years old on 24th April. I wrote a little about what I've learnt from my blogging experience so far - Two Years of Blogging. I did this pretty look for … Continue reading April & May: Writers Block & Mental Health Awareness Week