Monthly Archives: September 2013

Why Tesco’s Inflatable ‘G*y Best Friend Doll’ is Unacceptable

I don’t even know where to begin with this. A friend of mine brought this to my attention on Facebook. Tesco, the supermarket giant in the UK, has apologized recently for the resulting ‘PR disaster’ after adverts for its inflatable … Continue reading

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Why is it so hard to be happy?

I feel ungrateful sometimes. I live in Hong Kong, which for all of its faults is one of the most exciting and dynamic cities in the world. I have my health, though willingly (and stupidly) I jeopardize it in a … Continue reading

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Blurred Lines: the Grey Areas of Feminism & Sexuality

I’ve been doing a lot of reading today: last night I had a housewarming party and today I’ve been pretty hungover and in no real state to leave my apartment (and it’s HOT outside: super typhoon Usagi is on its … Continue reading

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HK: Thin is In (or Just Let Me Eat My Food, Please)

After a somewhat lengthy hiatus while I relocated back to Hong Kong and started my new job (and all was pandemonium for a while) I’m back to focusing on this blog and spreading self-acceptance while taking a good, hard look … Continue reading

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