Standard Issue wanted to send someone to learn to ski. Step up, novice Sadie Hasler.
Openness is vital if abortion is to keep its head high and proud. Our Sadie Hasler holds her hand up and says, “I chose”.
Sadie Hasler revisits hallowed ground as she takes a peek at Rocky, 40 years to the day since it premiered in New York City.
In readiness for the annual Valentine’s hokum, Sadie Hasler had to make a window for love. It got her thinking on just what that word can mean and why sometimes, a bit of hokum is a wonderful thing.
Today is Bipolar Awareness Day. Sadie Hasler is already very aware of bipolar and the devastating effect it can have on a person and their family.
Harper Lee publishing another book put Sadie Hasler, a devoted long-time lover of To Kill A Mockingbird, in a proper tizz and she had to dig deep to find anything to love.
Sadie Hasler’s search for personal style has hit a hiccup. Like so many of us, she knows she needs to come to terms with what’s under her clothes before she goes shopping.
Turns out Sadie Hasler’s been telling porkies when it comes to her search for personal style documented here in Standard Issue. She’s got her reasons though…
It’s one of the few words in the English language that still has the power to shock. But why? Grab a cuppa and savour Sadie Hasler’s brilliant defence of a good cunt. Warning: contains the word cunt.
The brilliant, if sartorially baffled, Sadie Hasler is still on it in her search for personal style. In fact, she’s diving in feet first.