I walked home feeling light as a feather but filled with mixed emotions. My advice if you want this done, is to go in open minded, emotionally detached and ready for anything, Kind of like a one night stand I guess.
If Obama didn't know how awkward Brits could be before, he does now. This photograph, used to publicise the UK's new ambassador
SNP Minister Angela Constance was left red-faced after not realising she was on live TV during an appearance on BBC Scotland’s
We've all been there: you're walking through the office, arms flailing like some kind of giant octopus, and then you accidentally
A lot of people have weird parents who dressed them up in strange gear for years, but what happens when those same people
This gooner needs to rethink his social media sharing. Nobody wants to know you're doing that with your mother at the Emirates
What are the rules for men, when it comes to accepting a lift from a stranger? Women and children are forever being reminded of their particular obligations but what about us men? Here, I explore this very issue and attack it head-on, by sharing my story of what happened to me when I recently accepted a lift from a stranger.
How could this be happening? ... I'd lost a lot of weight over the last couple of years and am now a size 14 (the slimmest I've been since I was 14). But that's obviously not good enough if I look pregnant. And not just a bit pregnant - enough to make two sober and presumably rational adults assume that I am pregnant enough to need to sit down on public transport. That's, what, like, seven months?
If you believe in the importance of open dialogue with your child and want to show your support for children who have no one to talk to then upload the most awkward conversation you've ever had with your child on the hub today or click on the share buttons on the Awkward Conversations hub to take part.
I think able bodied people are in denial about their thoughts and feelings towards us - they don't want to deal with the thought process, so they shut it out. Well, we are here! And with medical advances and people living longer, there are only going to be more of us! So maybe it's time for people to start coming to terms with their feelings about disability.