Why Should You Travel To Barcelona?

If you’re looking for a top notch destination for your summer city break, consider Barcelona. One of Spain’s biggest metropolises, Barcelona is the perfect place for your summer getaway. In this article I ask, why should you travel to Barcelona this summer? Continue reading “Why Should You Travel To Barcelona?”

How Can You Learn a New Language?

I believe that we should better ourselves wherever possible. In the last week, I have started to relearn the German language, which I previously studied at GCSE level. Drawing on my recent personal experiences, in this article I ask: how can you learn a new language? Continue reading “How Can You Learn a New Language?”

Hillary Clinton, The Reagans and LGBT Rights

Recently, Hillary Clinton walked back her previous comments concerning the Reagans and AIDs. This may seem unimportant to you, but to me its just another reason why I would prefer that Bernie Sanders become the Democratic nominee for the Presidential election over Hillary Clinton. Continue reading “Hillary Clinton, The Reagans and LGBT Rights”

Dance the Night Away at Dempseys

Amid Sheffield’s kitsch, independent bars and glittering, up-scale nightclubs, you’ll find Dempseys on Young Street. Hands down, its one of the best gay bars the Steel City has to offer. It’s the kind of place where you can forget your troubles and dance the night away! Continue reading “Dance the Night Away at Dempseys”

Bar Review: Viaduct

Looking for a bloody great gay bar in Leeds? You might want to try Viaduct, its got it all; wicked tunes, cool décor, delicious drinks – you’ll have the night of your life, even if you have so many Vodka Red Bulls you don’t remember it the next day! Continue reading “Bar Review: Viaduct”

Antonin Scalia and the Balance of Power

In a very surprising turn of events, US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died this weekend. This could change the face of the 2016 US general election, as well as American culture for the next decade or two, depending on who picks Scalia’s successor. Continue reading “Antonin Scalia and the Balance of Power”

Thank You Felicity Newbold for Giving Me Life

As I sit here about to write this article we’re just over half way through Mother’s Day. The one day a year we set aside to thank those women who have looked after us, picked us up when we fell and stood behind us no matter what throughout our entire lives. Now seemed like a good opportunity to say thank you to Felicity Newbold for giving me life! Continue reading “Thank You Felicity Newbold for Giving Me Life”