January 28, 2020

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When people think of Kent they think of many things; the White Cliffs of Dover, rolling hills and fields, the ‘Garden of England’. Dover is the gateway to England from Europe. It boasts an extremely active shipping and passenger port, a historic...

November 29, 2019

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Slowly, he edged her towards the door. She felt the cold tip of the knife touching the small of her back. “Tell her everything’s okay. Make it convincing.” She let out a small cry as she tried to compose herself. With...

November 29, 2019

Photos courtesy of InQuire Photography | Aslan Ntumba

Isobel Simmons bravely shares her story about what it's like to go from Lacrosse to mobility loss in a matter of years.

One day, Isobel walks to her seminar. Four years later, she cannot get to it without having...

Domestic abuse is the most common form of abuse in the world. It is the hardest to navigate. The amount of reported domestic abuse cases has risen 23% in the last year. Every story is different, and every story is complicated. It’s not black and white. Over several wee...

October 15, 2019

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Confronted by the appearance of an enraged female worshiper, Rev Andrew Foreshew-Cain was harassed and condemned of being a "false Shepard". Ignorant of whom Andrew was and his 30 years of active ministry, the Christian woman denounced Andrew...

October 4, 2019

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Laura Carlin did not have an easy childhood. At 16, Laura’s dad passed away from cancer. As if the grief wasn’t enough for a young girl and her family to deal with, two days later her mother was on the brink of death too. Carlin...

September 27, 2019

A Romanian artist speaks about the time of communism’s artistic censure.

“I am an honest and shy person, with a lot of common sense and I had to suffer because of that.”

In a conversation about the artistic censure, Ileana Sbârcea-Mureşanu revealed to me her story as a p...

September 26, 2019

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As Alice opened her eyes, she felt hazy. Still drunk, perhaps. She looked down at the Venue stamp on her hand with no recollection of it being placed. She turned around to see a stranger, naked in her bed sheets, yet again. 

This scenario is not an an...

February 14, 2019

Lewis Dryden and Isobel Wiseman

When I was eight years old, my mum asked me who I loved. My response was my Bratz dolls. I used to sit for hours playing with their hair and changing their clothes, and question those who told me “when you discover boys, you’ll forget all...

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