Lewis Oakley

Lewis Oakley

Lewis Oakley is a 24 year old writer based in London. With a focus on lifestyle he has written for Metro UK, Huffington Post and other sites. Lewis has covered topics from Brexit to the decisions made by the NHS. Lewis is also a prominent voice in the LGBT Conversation writes many pieces challenging stigma and pushing for better understanding.

Is it time to drop the B from LGBT?

Is it time to drop the B from LGBT?

When looking for ways to bring about equality and improve the lives of minorities we must be bold enough to call time on a bad idea and come up with a new solution. This, it could be argued, is true in the case of bisexuals and tethering their equality to...

The Rainbow Olympics – Is this our most diverse games yet?

Is it time to acknowledge the differences of L,G,B,T?

Here we are again, no matter how much I scream to the educated LGBT organisations continue to commission misleading research which serves no real benefit to people of the LGBT community. This week Stonewall and YouGov research found that more than one in five LGBT people have experienced a hate crime...

Britain’s most prized possessions revealed

Britain’s most prized possessions revealed

As much as we are taught not to value material possessions even the most non-indulgent people still have those one or two items we just couldn’t live without. Whether it’s a family heirloom, something our child gave to us or or the house itself, we all have prized possessions. This...

Do you Believe in the Paranormal?

Do you Believe in the Paranormal?

Do you believe in the paranormal? That’s a question that can divide opinions around any dinner table. Some will say yes and that they have had an experience, some will say they believe but have never witnessed anything and some will reservedly say no. What is interesting however is the...

What It’s Like Living ‘On Autopilot’

What It’s Like Living ‘On Autopilot’

A report that looks set to send shivers down the spine of business owners everywhere has found that 94 per cent of Brits are drifting through their lives without any real thought of what they are doing. This state impacts performance and productivity at work, with 71 per cent claiming...

Office

In Numbers: The Life of an Office Worker

A new study that spoke to 2,000 people has charted the habits of the average British office worker. With Brits working for an estimated 47 years’ employees have been found to arrive to the office late 1,026 times, take 98 days off sick and endure 1,174 meetings. It may come...

Quiz: See How Much Noise You Can Take

Quiz: See How Much Noise You Can Take

The modern world can be a very busy place and with mobile phones, trains and emergency services that busy place can also become rather noisy. A new study that looked in to the nation’s most annoying noises found that loud eaters, screaming kids – and the “Go Compare” song are...