Lgbt

19 Feb 19
Grumpy Opinions --

Jussie Smollett appears to have set up a self-hate-attack to smear Trump supporters. Far worse, he is trying to pin it on two brothers, Ola and Abel Osundairo. He is willing to send them through a torturous trial and possibly to prison. The media has also been complicit and dishonest. Film producer Tariq Nasheed adds […]

19 Feb 19
Live Your Dream. Live Your Life.

Again, nearly another week has passed since the last blog – so I guess I’d best get typing! This entry is about my day last Friday (15th Feb), where I was lucky enough to attend the Lincolnshire LGBT+ Conference. Although we are in LGBT+ History Month, it was a well timed event for my personal […]

19 Feb 19
Cinema through Sociology & Anthropology

The flawed comparison of Nixon with Trump is pursued through a trite investigative structure, which leaves a much more interesting story unexplored: the story of a woman who takes ownership of her own self. There are times when the story-teller gets the story wrong. This is one of those times. Spielberg wanted badly to make […]

19 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
THEY may have STIs or seriously dirty nether regions, but that hasn’t stopped patients on E4’s Sex Clinic bizarrely using the show to hook up. Sexual health nurse and host Sarah Mulindwa admitted that while patients wait for their appointments with the doctors, they are “swapping numbers” and insisted that the waiting room is better than “any dating app”. Patients taking part in E4 series The Sex Clinic are using the programme as a form dating, host Sarah Mulindwa has revealed (pictured centre) Speaking to Metro.co.uk, she said: “There is a lot of number swapping in the waiting room. You go to your GP you’re not going to find a hot guy. “Sexual health clinics, I don’t want to generalise, because everyone comes in – one of my patients is 70-something – but when you’re in central London there is a young vibe and a massive LGBT community. “There is a theme with our patients, so our waiting room is better than any dating app. You’re about to talk about your sexual history to a complete stranger, so asking for a number is fine.” The TV presenter’s comments come after viewers were stunned last night when a patient admitted she sometimes forgets to wash her privates. The sexual health nurse admitted that while patients wait for their appointments with the doctors, they are “swapping numbers” Nunu admitted suffering from bacterial vaginosis has forced her to up her hygiene when it came to her intimate area. Speaking to a health professional, Nunu told how she knew she was suffering from the common vaginal infection because of a horrible smell. She said: “That’s how I know I’ve got it because of the fishy smell, but also when I forget to wash my vagina.” The professional was surprised by the revelation and asked how she could forget. The Sex Clinic viewers were stunned last night when a patient admitted she sometimes forgets to wash her vagina Nunu got the all clear in her STI test Sorry what???? She “forgets” to wash her vagina???? EXCUSE ME????? #thesexclinic — Chelsea (@crbriggs_) February 18, 2019 How the hell do you forget to wash your vagina? #TheSexClinic — John Tarbet Walker (@JohnTarbet71) February 18, 2019 [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ TV AND SHOWBIZ” posts_category=”6″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Viewers were equally as stunned, writing on Twitter: “How the hell do you forget to wash your vagina? #TheSexClinic. The patient, who recently ended a six-month period of celibacy, explained that she was extra careful nowadays to urinate after sex and to wash her privates. Later in the show she breathed a sigh of relief as she got the all clear. The Sex Clinic is on Monday on E4 at 10pm Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
19 Feb 19
Site Title

Over the previous years, transgender healthcare has transferred to the center of the clinical discussion. At numerous famous clinical facilities throughout the United States, medical professionals are creating multidisciplinary groups to assist boost the healthcare of this own populace. Results are being examined, as well as the literary works is ending up being much more […]

19 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
THEY may have STIs or seriously dirty nether regions, but that hasn’t stopped patients on E4’s Sex Clinic bizarrely using the show to hook up. Sexual health nurse and host Sarah Mulindwa admitted that while patients wait for their appointments with the doctors, they are “swapping numbers” and insisted that the waiting room is better than “any dating app”. Patients taking part in E4 series The Sex Clinic are using the programme as a form dating, host Sarah Mulindwa has revealed (pictured centre) Speaking to Metro.co.uk, she said: “There is a lot of number swapping in the waiting room. You go to your GP you’re not going to find a hot guy. “Sexual health clinics, I don’t want to generalise, because everyone comes in – one of my patients is 70-something – but when you’re in central London there is a young vibe and a massive LGBT community. “There is a theme with our patients, so our waiting room is better than any dating app. You’re about to talk about your sexual history to a complete stranger, so asking for a number is fine.” The TV presenter’s comments come after viewers were stunned last night when a patient admitted she sometimes forgets to wash her privates. The sexual health nurse admitted that while patients wait for their appointments with the doctors, they are “swapping numbers” Nunu admitted suffering from bacterial vaginosis has forced her to up her hygiene when it came to her intimate area. Speaking to a health professional, Nunu told how she knew she was suffering from the common vaginal infection because of a horrible smell. She said: “That’s how I know I’ve got it because of the fishy smell, but also when I forget to wash my vagina.” The professional was surprised by the revelation and asked how she could forget. The Sex Clinic viewers were stunned last night when a patient admitted she sometimes forgets to wash her vagina Nunu got the all clear in her STI test Sorry what???? She “forgets” to wash her vagina???? EXCUSE ME????? #thesexclinic — Chelsea (@crbriggs_) February 18, 2019 How the hell do you forget to wash your vagina? #TheSexClinic — John Tarbet Walker (@JohnTarbet71) February 18, 2019 [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ TV AND SHOWBIZ” posts_category=”169″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Viewers were equally as stunned, writing on Twitter: “How the hell do you forget to wash your vagina? #TheSexClinic. The patient, who recently ended a six-month period of celibacy, explained that she was extra careful nowadays to urinate after sex and to wash her privates. Later in the show she breathed a sigh of relief as she got the all clear. The Sex Clinic is on Monday on E4 at 10pm Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
19 Feb 19
Vampires, Crime and Angels...Eclectic Me

High School . . The Bright Side Brigade is a story that was a long time in the making. It began with the hopes of creating a YA LGBT anthology, centered around a central theme: a carnival. I began to write my story, with the idea that the carnival was the last chance for one […]

19 Feb 19
12 Books in 12 Months

In a bid to read widely/critically/at all I am going to try and continue my ‘[insert month here] reads’ posts in 2019. I have a vague notion I’ll even include a sentence or two by way of a review – imagine that! I expect I’ll give up around April. But in the meantime here are […]

19 Feb 19
Film about gender identity

When talking about why the film is called 120 Battements par Minute,the director Robin Campillo said, “It comes from my love of house music, which was very popular at that time. It has 124 beats per minute. I want to pay tribute to the music that accompanied that era.It is music mixed with a happy atmosphere […]

19 Feb 19
Not really anywhere

In the mood for another ramble while listening to music box medley of classic vocaloid songs. Good stuff if I say so myself. Just yet another passing thought; humans confuse me so much, why do people who you’d think to ‘have it all’ can feel loneliness just as much as those who are actually alone? […]