As in many towns and villages across Britain a silhouette of a solider has appeared in my village as part of the commemorations of the end of… Read more “Remembrance and Grief”
Many of you will be aware that for 15 minutes a day (except Saturdays) I slip away into another universe. No transporter beams or Tardises (Tardisi?) are… Read more “An everyday story of unconditional positive regard”
In my first two posts in this series I looked at the traditional attitudes to bdsm, and how they are changing, and in part 2 at the… Read more “Kink from a Person Centered Perspective; Part 3 – Abuse”
In my first post on BDSM/Kink I looked at how the traditional psychotheraptic narrative of it being harmful was not supported by either the lived experience of… Read more “Kink from a Person Centered Perspective; Part 2 – Healing”
Content notes – rape, sexual assault and victim blaming Recently, in response to another tweet by Donald Trump, which attacked a victim of sexual assault, brave survivors… Read more “#WhyIdidntreport and victim blaming”
The kink/BDSM community is one which has often had to hide in the shadows, facing judgement prejudice and discrimination. BDSM stands for bondage, domination/discipline, sadism/submission and masochism.… Read more “Working with kink/BDSM from a Person Centered Perspective; Part 1”
As bi visibility approaches I explore the stigma and prejudice which still exists towards bi people
Learning that it is ok to be conflicted can be a vital life lesson
Radio is a way that we can reach out to people who might not be connected to the LGBT community in any other way.
What is walking therapy and how can it help you?