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12 May 2021

World's Largest LGBTQ+ platform uses cookery and conversation to combat bigotry

“Taimi’s mission is to make the lives of LGBTQ+ people better. Taimi Talks is just one of the ways we work to achieve that,” says Taimi founder and CEO Alex ...

12 May 2021

Seven shows you need to watch if you love Eurovision

TV shows that focus on singing or performing may not be for everyone, but those who adore a sing-along are in for a treat with these series! From fictional shows ...
12 May 2021

Five of the finest female athletes you should always bet on!

Now, we don’t claim to be psychic here at Female First, but when it comes to sports and betting, there are a handful of female athletes and stars that should ...
12 May 2021

How having breast cancer changed my perspective by Leigh Howes

On 31st March 2017, Leigh Howes found out that she had breast cancer. As a successful Executive Leadership Coach and Business Strategist (www.leighhowes.com) and a mum of two, her diagnosis ...

11 May 2021

Saw III revisited: A test within a test… within a test

With Saw mania taking over the world, a third instalment was a foregone conclusion. With an increased budget once more of $10 million, Saw III brought in a whopping $164.9 ...

11 May 2021

Your five step guide to get the summer body fast

Summer is coming. So you may wonder: "How do I get a summer body fast with minimum efforts put in the gym?" Well, to surprise you – it’s possible to ...
10 May 2021

Nathalie Nicole Smith shares the inspiration behind her company, Women Who Boss

As a rule, the world tends to have something of a hang-up when it comes to bossy people. They are seen as overpowering, domineering, and uncompromising. This is ironic because ...
10 May 2021

The devastating effect of mask wearing for the deaf community

My name is Amy and I have a severe hearing loss in both ears. My hearing loss, with the available technology hasn’t been a negative thing in my life, challenging ...

8 May 2021

Jupiter’s Legacy Character Guide: A who’s who of Netflix’s latest superhero series

Jupiter’s Legacy has only been on Netflix a day, and it’s already making pretty sizable waves. With the show being similar to the streaming service’s show The Umbrella Academy, in ...
8 May 2021

Sinister Saturday: Who was cult leader David Koresh? What were his crimes?

Many cults seem to keep to themselves, in the sense that they don’t wish to draw attention to their group. However, the Branch Davidians didn’t appear to stick to this ...
8 May 2021

GamStop registrations amongst women

In order to restrict activities related to online gambling and retain control over the duration of such activities, GamStop emerges as the one-stop destination for problematic punters. Signing up for this program ...

8 May 2021

Trailer breakdown: What do we know about new Netflix thriller, Awake?

There will never not be a market for thrillers. New ways to scare and horrify us; fresh takes on old stories. Netflix’s new thriller, Awake, takes the idea of a ...
7 May 2021

Seven tips to take you from business idea to business success

Dr Ruth Miller-Anderson Have you ever had a lightbulb moment that you think is going to propel you from unknown to ultra-successful overnight? Lockdown has given many of us time ...

7 May 2021

The importance of healing yourself to stop self sabotage by business coach Sam Evans

Have you ever found yourself finding excuses as to why you can’t do something or shouldn’t? When the reasoning weighs so heavily on our minds, we don’t take any action ...

7 May 2021

Cindy Jourdain discusses her new She Rox Cardio workout program

Former Royal Ballet dancer Cindy Jourdain, now a personal trainer and movement coach is renowned for training some of Bollywood’s most well-known names. She started out in Paris at 11 ...

7 May 2021

Saw II revisited: The twists that shaped the future of the franchise

Following on from the huge success of the first Saw film was going to be a tough task for anybody. Still, original creator Leigh Whannell jumped at the opportunity to ...
7 May 2021

Seven glorious films about singing to celebrate the Eurovision Song Contest!

The Eurovision Song Contest has been going on for decades, with the first competition being held in May, 1956. Marcel Bezençon was the founder of this globally-celebrated event; it was ...
7 May 2021

Gambling harm for Kiwi women

Gambling is a public health issue in New Zealand and despite the strict regulation as well as many policies to regulate this activity, female problem gamblers have increased substantially. Contrary ...

6 May 2021

Teacher and mum of three spends maternity leave creating new jam brand with 40% less sugar

Mother of three and teacher Rachel Kettlewell decided to use her maternity leave to its full potential and created a new line of jams, spreads and honey that contain 40% ...
6 May 2021

Suzi Perry discusses BT Sport’s Innovate 21 competition

Presenter and MotoGP enthusiast Suzi Perry is a master at everything she tries her hand at – sports reporter, model, radio DJ, documentary creator and now part of the judging ...

6 May 2021

Your weekly horoscope: 3rd-9th May 2021

Jupiter, planet of freedom and expansion with Saturn, planet of discipline and control and planet Neptune, planet of emotions and sensitivities will be in alignment with earth this week dominating ...

6 May 2021

Seven Marvel characters who said some of the most iconic lines

Warning: This article contains spoilers! Whether they make you laugh or cry, some of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s (MCU) characters have said some utterly fantastic lines over the years. From ...
6 May 2021

A Quiet Place revisited: Bringing an eerie silence to the horror genre

Many horror/thriller movies rely on the sickening sounds of a monster, or piano keys being played by a mystery figure for their scares; but not this one. A Quiet Place relies ...
6 May 2021

The best series to binge online right now

We all know and can relate to how Netflix has very much become a must in each of our everyday routines due to the ongoing after effects of the pandemic. ...