Month: August 2018

Love Island's Dani Dyer Defends Controversial Casa Amor Video Stunt Despite Her Distress

‘Love Island’ winner Dani Dyer has defended the show’s most controversial stunt this year, which saw her shown a video of boyfriend Jack Fincham’s ex entering the second villa.  The star was left distraught by the producers’ bombshell as she believed her man had cheated on her while staying at Casa Amor with former flame Read More

Ellie Soutter's Father Says Missed Flight May Have 'Tipped Her Over The Edge'

Ellie Soutter’s father has said the intense pressure placed on young athletes may have played a role in her death.  The young snowboarder died last week on her 18th birthday shortly after missing a flight which meant she was unable to make a training with her Team GB squad. Tony Soutter, 53, told the BBC: Read More

How Boarding Schools Can 'Save' Vulnerable Young People Like Me

In 1958, the first trans-Atlantic jet flights began on the new Comet, Brazil won the World Cup in Sweden, Elvis Presley joined the US army, and BBC TV launched Blue Peter. It was quite a year also for me. I was a seven-year-old waiting nervously to be sent away to boarding school. That was the Read More

Hello Breastfeeding Week, I Haven't Missed You

Here we go again, a surge of documentaries and online articles that will state the good vs. bad, the natural vs. artificial. This will undoubtedly awaken the lactation trolls and make them feel their views are reinforced. A week where ableism is accepted and actively encouraged with biological ideals being portrayed as normal. Formula milk Read More

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