Huffpost Originals (Video)

Yasmin Boaitey created Black Girl Nomads to show her love for travel and to share the unique experiences of travelling solo as a Black British woman.
LesBeMums Kate Everall and psychotherapist Sammantha Knight on how to approach the subject of sex and relationships with your children, no matter their age.
After being diagnosed with Generalised Anxiety Disorder in 2016 Steven Johnson, who blogs as AnxiousAdventurer, says travelling was key to understanding himself and his mental health.
Nomadic Boys is a gay travel blog run by couple Stefan and Sebastien giving tips and information on the gay scene and where to stay all with a goal to inspire other LGBTQ travellers.
Blogger Martyn Sibley has not let Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) get in the way of exploring the world. The blogger is proving that disability is no barrier to wanderlust.
After being made redundant during the recession and ending a relationship Victoria Philpott, creator of vickyflipfloptravels.com, started travelling solo around the world. The travel writer and adventurer says that travelling solo or travelling alone as a woman shouldn't be a reason to hold you back.
Mum of three kids, travel writer and family travel blogger at Globetotting, Katja Gaskell on how you can have worldwide adventures with your children.
Lindz Amer from Queer Kid Stuff and Daddy & Dad’s Jamie Beaglehole on how you could explore the varied subject of modern identity with your children.
Trans activists, educators and health professionals on how you can be an ally to the trans community. Five easy steps from The University of Hong Kong lecturer Brenda Alegre PHD, performer Brandy X, personal trainer Cairo Nevitt and NHS Sexual health specialist nurse Neil Baulita.
Neurologist Dr Randall Wright says our brain can react to binge watching television the same way as it does becoming addicted to drugs. By tapping into the brain's pleasure circuit, our brains can physically rewire to want more of the digital stimuli. But, by making sure it doesn’t interfere with our sleep and making it social, we can still enjoy online content.
Lorraine Pinto and Paula Akpan from The Black Queer Travel Guide give you five top tips to consider when planning your travels.
Climate activists Pattie Gonia, Aneesa Khan, Anita Okunde and Isaias Hernandez debunk some of the common climate myths currently in debate. The campaigners set the record straight If you’ve ever heard: ‘plastic use is harmless’, ‘the environment can't be racist’, ‘carbon offsetting will save us’ or ‘it’s your fault’.
Vaccines continue to save the lives of millions but for as long as they have existed so has anti-vaccine sentiment. Molecular Virology & Microbiology Professor Dr Peter Hotez, Professor Kevin Fenton from Public Health England and HuffPost journalist Jesselyn Cook on the perils of vaccine misinformation.
Women have worked throughout the pandemic, completing the front line roles that have kept the nation functioning. Many have done so while shouldering society’s unpaid work childcare, care for elderly relatives and housework which still disproportionately falls to women.
Hosts of the Bad Gays podcast, Huw Lemmey and Ben Miller, say by exploring complicated characters from Edgar Hoover, to Gertrude Stein to Cecil Rhodes we can learn more about today's LGBTQ+ identity. Often trailblazers from Harvey Milk, to Marsha P Johnson to Audre Lorde are celebrated as the trailblazers that fought for gay rights but this podcast looks behind the rainbow flag where there is a long list of conflicting characters whose sexuality is often left out of the narrative.
When peaceful Black Lives Matter protesters were gassed and sprayed with rubber bullets to clear the way for a President Trump photo opportunity, Continue To Serve was created in response. Since then, the non-profit group of military veterans have mobilised at polling stations, cleaned up after the deadly insurrection of the US Capitol carried out by pro-Trump supporters and supported the Black Live Matter movement.
This is the inside story of the fatal 1981 New Cross fire and the groundbreaking demonstrations that followed. The fire, a suspected racist attack, led to the deaths of 14 young people. Speaking to us last year, survivors and activists reflect on the fire and what’s changed for Black Britons in the last four decades.
In this film we follow boylesque and burlesque performer Mark Anthony as they undergo top surgery and perform for the first time in the body that reflects how they identify. The performer is a trans-masculine non-binary drag king who identifies as neither male nor female. Under the UK’s 2004 Gender Recognition Act, Mark’s gender doesn’t legally exist.
From the loss of a family member to a breakup, many of us have experienced some level of trauma. Clinical psychologist Jennifer Sweeton explains how traumatic events affect your mind and brain. Sweeton also highlights that trauma does not mean you are damaged forever and there are ways you can overcome.
Co-founded by Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson, Dweller festival aims to give Black electronic artists a platform. Hutchinson says it’s a way of reconnecting with dance music’s Black roots and providing opportunities for Black DJs and producers. Prior to starting Dweller Frankie co-founded Discwoman, a booking agency that aimed to counter gender disparity in the music industry.