The fight against gender stereotypes in the Early Years and children

Gender stereotypes in the Early Years and children is a forever ongoing debate. Should toys be “gendered” and marketed more specifically towards one gender as stereotypes dictate? Should children be discouraged from adhering to gender stereotypes as young as the Early Years? My answer to both is no. Read why here.

Film Review: Spider-Man: No Way Home

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” is the most highly-anticipated film since the final two Avengers outings and it’s obvious why as it combines the multiverse of previous Spider-Man films into a showdown of all showdowns. How will Tom Holland’s Peter Parker clean up this web of a mess he’s got himself into this time? Read my review here.

The 12 LGBTQ/diverse films of Christmas

There are countless Christmas films to choose from to watch, not all great but mostly cute and festive at least. But Christmas films with LGBTQ or diverse casts are very far and few between. Here are 12 films that tick those boxes I recommend looking up if you want some new suggestions.

TV Review: Hawkeye

Bowing out this year’s crazy number of Marvel Studios releases on Disney+ is “Hawkeye”. Another “sideshow superhero” who is finally getting his chance to shine, will Clint Barton and Kate Bishop’s dynamic archery duo hit the target dead centre?

Theatre Review: Frozen the Musical

“Frozen”, Disney’s highest-grossing animated film (before its sequel came out) and arguably the most popular of the 21st Century, is now a musical that has finally arrived in London’s West End! But how does it translate to the stage and compare to the film? Find out in my review here.

Film Review: Black Widow

After more than a decade in talks and production and a year later than its original release, “Black Widow” has finally been released. A much overdue origin story focusing on Natasha Romanoff, played by the ever-popular Scarlett Johansson, will this be a fitting end for her character’s era in the MCU as she comes face-to-fist with her troubled past?

TV Review: Love, Victor – Season 2

Season 2 of “Love, Victor” is out now! Follow this post for weekly updates of my review of this show as Victor and Benji’s relationship is set to go public at school, Mia continues to struggle with that and everything else going on in her life, and both Victor’s parents try to put on brave faces through their separation and after their son’s coming out.

Film Review: Cruella

“If she doesn’t scare you, no evil thing will!” Well, this reimagined, younger, punk rock rebel version of Cruella de Vil isn’t scary but she’s definitely a badass. Read here to find out what I thought of the new Cruella film, starring Emma Stone and Emma Thompson.