The world has changed over the last weeks of lockdown, and a return to ‘real-life’ seems far away. So to cheer ourselves up until it does, here are some ways to entertain yourself.
Grindr announced at the beginning of Pride Month that they would be removing the ethnicity filter from their app in the next update.
The iconic image of fish and chip-eating Brits has been restored due to lockdown takeaway fever.
A new study of 2000 adults conducted by LELO has revealed how Brits have been meeting our sexual needs over the last few months of lockdown.
Nuthing, the vegan-friendly, cruelty-free hair removal brand has launched its shimmer hair removal jelly and shimmer shave & shower sorbet
Kristen Bjorn talks to Vada about the changing porn industry and how a misunderstanding around a porn film led to an international media scandal.
Adam Lowe had an MRI with private healthcare service Pall Mall Medical. He found the experience quick, efficient and personal.
Food Editor, Tim Firmager, heads to the new city location for pizzeria Zia Lucia, in Aldgate East, to check out how it’s evolved since its origins in 2016.
For a stylish and laidback afternoon tea, head down to The Library curated by Assouline, and enjoy a good dose of fashion with perhaps the best scones and finger sandwiches in the city.
Vada Food Editor, Timothy Firmager, heads to a partial namesake, restaurant Timmy Green, the Australian chain, which has launched new menu items