I have always known it, but I feel it even more when I’m not there – London spoils me. When I spend time anywhere else, I’m struck not only by the obvious things that signal me as a pouting metropolitan man-baby – unavailability of cocktail onions for a Gibson martini, H&M selling the same three checked shirts and nothing else, for example – but things I never really think about at home. 1,516 more words
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I never used to understand why people lied about their age. I didn’t bother. It seemed to me utterly unimportant, and while I pretended to choke with panic on my 30th birthday – it felt like something I was supposed to do – and spoke in hushed tones about turning 40 one day, my age, the actual number, being older, never unsettled me. 1,333 more words
This is my A2 film coursework which i recieved an A in, just to point out this was essay was written before gay marriage was legalised in all states in USA . 3,632 more words
The out Magic Mike star responded to awkward questions regarding the LGBT community by politely explaining that stereotyping is not cool – in fact, it’s rather obnoxious. 211 more words
Stop all the clocks, cut off the telephone. It seems we have reached the end of an era.