With the #MeToo movement you would’ve thought that men would be more careful when it comes to making jokes and comments about sexism and sexual harassment, but no.
If I’m showcasing my ample assets, that’s me letting you know that I’m a bit of a Shag-around-Sharon!
I get on the train every day, and unfortunately, my fellow commuters and I have developed a sort of dance that we perform which is hell for everyone…
For those who ask why we have #InternationalWomensDay here are just a few reasons why.
6am: Wake up feeling like an absolute God before going into the bathroom and shouting “legend” at myself in the mirror.
History can be tedious and boring, so here’s a fun timeline of the most important female events from the past few hundred years. 1553: Mary Tudor became queen of England meaning she was the first woman to rule England in her own right and not in the shadows of some power hungry king 1870: Married women were legally allowed to