Guest post by Vanessa Haye. [Trigger warning: miscarriage] The #NotNeurotic series is published in...Read More
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Guest post by S. Dorothy Smith from the US. [Trigger warning: baby loss] The #NotNeurotic series...Read More
Kicking off Hysterical Women’s #NotNeurotic series, in partnership with BetterYou Today...Read More
Mar 1, 2021 | Hysterical Women
Here’s what’s coming up on Hysterical Women throughout March March is always a busy,...Read More
I Am Not Your Baby Mother: ‘Black mothers’ lives still don’t matter. But at least I’m still alive to tell you that’
Extract from I Am Not Your Baby Mother, by Candice Brathwaite (+ BOOK GIVEAWAY) In the lead up to...Read More
Vasculitis: ‘My doctor didn’t believe me. She said “sometimes things hurt”, then tried to blame my weight’
Feb 24, 2021 | Physical Health
Guest post by Artie Carden Artie is a queer, nonbinary, disabled writer. A couple of months ago...Read More
‘As a queer asylum seeker I can’t be myself with healthcare professionals. They just don’t understand’
Guest post by Ceecee, a member of Women for Refugee Women’s Rainbow Sisters Group for LBT...Read More
Feb 15, 2021 | Physical Health
Guest post by Holly Broome Throughout my life I have been made to feel that eczema is just a mild...Read More
‘I have two neurological disorders. One doctor said it was just a cold, another discharged me saying I could live with it’
Feb 10, 2021 | Physical Health
Guest post by Daisy Riley I am a pretty sickly woman. I’m 22 years old now and have spent a...Read More
Feb 8, 2021 | Physical Health
Guest post by Candace Martin from the US I’m a 5’ tall woman. I’m 30, but look younger than I am....Read More
Vulvodynia: ‘I began to accept that I’d never be able to have sex that didn’t leave me with a burning pain’
Feb 3, 2021 | Sexual & Reproductive Health
Guest post by ‘Artemis’, founder of Lip Service zine Artemis has created a...Read More
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