My submission for ‘The Worst Date Of The Year Award’…

This is a blog by Donna Amey. Donna is the Social Content Creative at Big Fish and self confessed ‘general winner.’  In this blog she talks about a story which leads her to believe she stands a good chance of winning the ‘The Worst Date Of The Year Award.’  Yes, its hilarious but it alsoContinue reading “My submission for ‘The Worst Date Of The Year Award’…”

Guest Blog: Faiths in non-religious schools, a teacher’s story.

A secondary school teacher contacted me about her new role in a school where the majority of students are Muslim. Here, she describes her struggle to balance the schools rules with the varying cultural differences. What role does religion play in a non-religious school? For privacy reasons she remains anonymous. “Last summer I had anContinue reading “Guest Blog: Faiths in non-religious schools, a teacher’s story.”

GUEST BLOGGER: East-ern town and West-ern girls

Anna Roberts is 25 and works in London as an Advertising Account Manager. In this blog she talks about her experience as a woman caught in the western vs. eastern culture clash. My memories of a recent holiday in an Arabic country included baking hot sun, smoking shisha, eating couscous and being called an uglyContinue reading “GUEST BLOGGER: East-ern town and West-ern girls”

GUEST BLOGGER RESPONSE: FEMINISM FREEDOM AND THE HIJAB

Miriam Aslam, 25, is a fashion stylist from Birmingham. Here, she tells us about her own personal relationship with the Hijab. “As a British Pakistani Muslim living in England, I wanted to write a response to Holly’s recent blog about the hijab and feminism to give my view on things. I haven’t always worn hijabContinue reading “GUEST BLOGGER RESPONSE: FEMINISM FREEDOM AND THE HIJAB”