Nicole Langridge

Nicole Langridge

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About me

Nicole is a writer, a (really) amateur slam poet and pop culture enthusiast. She’s very confused by people who make a bad cup of tea and spends her free time writing articles and reviews about all sorts for the interwebs. In 2016, she’ll venture out into the world as a now graduated arts student and maybe figure out along the way about to be an adult.

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Nicole Langridge

Stay Curious: Your Guide To Finding Good Sex Ed

You know what I love? What I find deliciously hot? Sex shops. But before your thoughts get a little ahead of things, let me explain where I’m going with this. Sure, the display of sex toys in the b

June 28, 2016

Entertainment

Nicole Langridge

A New Era of Magic and Some Adorable Creatures

With Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them a mere five months away now, we were treated to a great little featurette trailer the other day which gave us a tiny bit more insight into this new era o

April 21, 2016

Lifestyle

Nicole Langridge

For You, By You

Content Warning: Brief mention of self-harm. The other week I was walking on the treadmill, measuring my heartbeat, while a personal trainer asked me questions for a healthy life assessment. The ques

June 23, 2016

Books

Nicole Langridge

Me Before You: Book Review

I’ll admit it: this book left me teary-eyed, sitting in bed with a cup of tea at 2am, not entirely sure what to do next. How could I sleep with so many thoughts buzzing around in my head? We’ve al

September 19, 2016

Lifestyle

Nicole Langridge

It's Time For a Little Clit-ical Thinking

Vagina-owners, it's time to rejoice! Science totally has our backs (and some of our other parts too) with some pretty revolutionary development in 3D modelling. See that weird, pink wishbone in the f

June 11, 2016

Entertainment

Nicole Langridge

Just Keep Swimming: Finding Dory Spoiler-Free Review

You know those awkward family reunions that happen every few years and then suddenly one year you realise you're the weird relative pinching cheeks and gushing, "Look how big you've grown!" Well see