PORTFOLIO

A selection of my articles, press mentions and interviews, events I have attended, and podcasts I have appeared on.

 

PRINT & WEB

2020

THE EVERYDAY MAGAZINE

Are We Hot Or Not? A study rating Endometriosis Patients On Their Attractiveness Has Finally Been Retracted, 7 Years Too Late

Get A Grip: Ireland Bans Tampon Ad For Being 'Vulgar'

THE EVERYDAY MAGAZINE

We need to talk about racism in the medical industry.

THE EVERYDAY MAGAZINE

RAMONA’S CREATIVE WRITING COMPETITION: Runner Up - Home by Sarah Rose McCann

RAMONA MAGAZINE

The Benefits of Cannabis and Chronic Pain – Why Isn’t It Available in The UK?

THE EVERYDAY MAGAZINE

It's time to acknowledge womxn's pain - Why are so many of us suffering in silence?

THE EVERYDAY MAGAZINE

 

2019

And So, We Wait - Northern Ireland's Healthcare Crisis

RESTLESS MAGAZINE

What's happening right now in Northern Ireland?

RESTLESS MAGAZINE

Discovering I had Endometriosis through Instagram

RESTLESS MAGAZINE

You don't need penetration to have sex, am I right?

NEON MOON

What the hell is Adenomyosis?

NEON MOON

My journey with pelvic pain

MODI BODI

 

PODCASTS, EVENTS AND PRESS

2020

BITS OF ME PODCAST

In this episode of Bits of Me, I talk all about my pelvic pain and journey to England to access my Endo diagnosis and Excision Surgery.

 

2019

WOMXN'S HEALTH AND DISABILITY PANEL AT OXFORD UNIVERSITY.

I was asked to speak on a panel at Oxford University about my experience with Endometriosis. I spoke alongside Lisa McWilliams, co-founder of The Vag Network, the UK's Vaginismus charity. It was an honor to share my story and have the event featured in Oxford University Student Magazine.

I was lucky enough to share my experience and chat with BBC Northern Ireland in September.

BBC NI

BELFAST LIVE

After speaking at The Guilty Feminist Podcast I had the opportunity to share my story in the local press, read the article to find out more.

THE GUILTY FEMINIST PODCAST

Whilst seeing The Guilty Feminist Podcast live in Belfast, I had the opportunity to quickly go up on stage and share my story.

 
 

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