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I May Destroy You

14th September 2022|Film/TV

I May Destroy You is a comedy drama series written, co-directed and produced by Michaela Coel. Based on her own life experiences, this BBC and HBO series explores consent, race and life as a millennial.

Michaela Coel is a Black British actress, writer, director and producer. She made history creating ‘I May Destroy You’ by becoming the first Black woman to win an Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie or Dramatic Special. As discussed in this BBC article, the story explores sexuality, gender and British blackness.

“If you can’t remember it, how could you consent? Resisting the label of sexual assault victim, Arabella takes on the painful, freeing climb to who she could be.” (Source: BBC iPlayer)

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Medicine #UnderTheScope: Celebrating LGBT+ Contributions and Addressing Healthcare Disparities

by admin, 9th February 2024

As LGBT History Month unfolds, it provides an opportune moment to reflect on the invaluable contributions of LGBT+ individuals within the realm of medicine and healthcare. With the theme “Medicine – #UnderTheScope,” this year’s celebration not only honours the tireless efforts of LGBT+ healthcare professionals but also casts a critical spotlight on the unique healthcare […]

Drew McDowell, Intersectionality and Me

by admin, 31st October 2023

“You aren’t Black. I don’t know what you are, but you ain’t Black.” I believe it was late autumn/early winter in 2015, when I was ganged up by three guys just outside the McDonald’s in Clapham. I remember I was wearing my favourite neon pink t-shirt, feeling merry after a great night out with friends, […]

Historic Achievement on Marriage Equality

by admin, 12th July 2023

Nepal becomes the Second Country in Asia to Register Same Sex Marriage Meenakshi Ganguly Hundreds of same-sex couples in Nepal will soon be able to legally register their marriages following a landmark Supreme Court ruling on June 28 which cleared the way for marriage equality in the country. Although Nepal’s civil code currently describes marriage as being […]

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