Guest post by Hayley Crowther, for MS Awareness Week *eye roll* It’s not very often in life...Read More
Category: Physical Health
Medical weight stigma: ‘I almost died because medical professionals wouldn’t look past the size of my belly’
Apr 7, 2021 | Physical Health
Guest post by ly Kerr When I began having health issues, I accepted the consensus that fat was bad...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
Q&A with Jessica Taylor-Bearman, author of A Girl Behind Dark Glasses and A Girl In One Room ...Read More
Dec 11, 2020 | Physical Health
Guest post by Annie Ogden Ugh… M.E. Honestly, that is exactly the way I feel towards it,...Read More
M.E: ‘I felt alone for so long. I felt like I was faking it even when the pain was bringing me to the floor’
Nov 26, 2020 | Physical Health
Guest post by Celia Paz Chao from Spain When I think about being disbelieved by doctors, even...Read More
Guest post by Jasmine Heyward, a non-binary contributor from the US The writer of this guest post...Read More
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