All posts tagged UniSex

Sex on your Period? Five People’s Thoughts

Period sex is often a controversial topic, despite it being a decision most women have to face every 28 days or so. Some treat it as the be-all and end-all, […]

Hook-Up Culture: Toxic or Empowering?

As I sat in Drapers for the mandatory Monday’s Calling piss up, I asked some of my friends how they feel about hook-up culture. Most of my friends, myself included, […]

Why I Can Shave My Body Hair and Still be a Feminist

Over time, women’s body hair has been a large topic of conversation, becoming less about personal preference and more of a political statement. The popularity of women’s body hair has […]

THEY CALL IT ‘PORN’; I CALL IT ‘ART’

‘So, you want to be a porn photographer? Well, your parents must be proud…’ ‘You’ll find a model, don’t worry about it… it won’t be me -sorry-, but there’s someone […]

Choosing Babies over Education

As a 20-year-old woman, I was born with a mindset which believed in two ways of life; either you go to university and in turn start a career, or you […]

I’m coming out of my ‘closet’ and I’ve been doing just fine!- Coming out at University

Coming out in any social situation can be tough but I think that there is one place that people feel most comfortable in coming out of their shell- University. It […]

It Is What It Is?— Power and Passivity as Seen on Love Island

As Brits, we all know the power of being passive aggressive — a trait that is perfectly encapsulated on this series of ITV2’s Love Island. “Can we have a chat?” […]

I no longer want any labels- My Sexuality

I think from a young age we are told to have a label, to know who we are by identifying as something. For me, I had identified as Straight, then […]

Sexual Freedom and Reproductive Rights in the Land of the Free

Alabama, Mississippi, Ohio, Georgia, Missouri, Kentucky, Arkansas, Utah and Iowa —the nine states in the U.S that have attempted and/or succeeded in passing a “heartbeat” bill, policing women’s bodies and […]