I have this pair of jeans that I can't throw away. I've had them for about 18 years, they were from Next in a size 10 (even though I was and am usually an 8) in the "boyfriend" style. Back then, "boyfriend" meant baggy and these have double back pockets and a hook thingy that… Continue reading Why men’s clothes are better?
Practical social media inclusivity
I think most people agree that inclusion and the absence of exclusion are very good things. If you want some tips on how to be more inclusive in day to day real life, maybe have a read of Inclusion – a how to. Last year I read A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived by… Continue reading Practical social media inclusivity
Inclusion – a how to
Warning: I'm just going to dive right in here, no gentle preamble or stories about silly things the boys did. The issues around inclusion and unconscious bias (as well as just basic exclusion based on gender, race, social position, education, religion, and orientation or identity) are a bit of a bug bear for me. From… Continue reading Inclusion – a how to