For a while I’ve resisted writing and drawing with my feminist cap on, in fear that people (particularly men) would find it unattractive. HA! But that ship has sailed and I am now starting to become more open with my “controversial” ideas. As an illustrator, a lot of my mind is explained through drawings. I… Read More Male Gaze City
Yesterday was Pride in London. It also marked 50 years since homosexuality was legalised in the UK. It felt like the whole of central London had been shut down and filled with rainbows. The atmosphere was that of a carnival which was great to photograph as people really let their guard down. I’m very proud… Read More London Pride 2017
As the summer months have arrived, many of us (students in particular) will find ourselves suddenly left with so much extra time on our hands. Instead of trying to squeeze in a social life in between the busy days and weeks of University/ work/ general life commitments, we’ve now got the challenge of filling the… Read More How To: Keep Busy This summer!
A few snaps from Parklife last week taken on my new olympus mju.
…my home was never really one specific place.… Read More Take Me Home
Life is more than diet culture.… Read More Starving out Diet Culture
It’s clear that here at the daisy mag we’re big fans of Harry Styles and his attitude towards teenage girls. “How can you say young girls don’t get it? They’re our future. Our future doctors, lawyers, mothers, presidents, they kind of keep the world going.” So as a way of celebrating the release of his… Read More A Sign of the Times?
Edith offers a peek into her childhood and how it grew to her acceptance of her individuality.… Read More See that girl?