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I wrote about Doctor Who for The Pool

I grew up watching re-runs of Doctor Who on UK Gold. In truth, I’ve seen every episode in existence since 1963, from William Hartnell through to the current Doctor, Jodie Whittaker. As you might imagine, I was beyond excited to learn of the new female regeneration. Read my early thoughts here.

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Elizabeth Sulis Kim
A very personal piece published in The Pool

Thanks to The Pool for giving me a platform to share this story. I felt anxious writing something so personal that would actually be read by real readers. It draws attention to myself, and like others, I don’t particularly like being scrutinised. But I suppose I just want to get to the point where talking about these issues is no longer a big deal. Upon publication, I received an overwhelming response from friends and strangers who said it resonated, one of which had me in tears. The resounding message? People want to be heard, but like me for many years, they are scared of speaking out for fear of social stigma. Thanks for reading x

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Elizabeth Sulis Kim
Opinion piece on straw ban on the front page of The Independent

The anti-plastic straw campaign is helpful – but if we want to save marine life, we need to stop eating fish' for The Independent.

https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/fish-plastic-straw-ban-marine-life-ocean-environment-francis-perez-a8518351.html

This appeared on the front page of the digital edition & app on Monday 3 September 2018 (there is no print edition of the Indy, as of March 2016). 

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Elizabeth Sulis Kim
New endometriosis column for SheKnows

This summer I have been commissioned by SheKnows to write a series of articles on endometriosis. 1 in 10 women suffer from this potentially crippling condition, myself included. I was grateful to be offered the opportunity to help raise awareness about endometriosis and women's health in general. According to comScore, in 2012 SheKnows became the top women’s lifestyle site in the U.S. 

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Elizabeth Sulis Kim
Defying traditional gender roles for Positive News

I contributed a wee piece to #94 of Positive News, a beautiful independent magazine which publishes stories about progress and possibility. This is a collaboration with a good friend, writer and documentary photographer Eva Clifford. This article is part of the series "Working your Way," which profiles people working in careers that have traditionally been associated with the opposite sex. Our story is about Christine Kachataryan and the female de-miners of Nagorno-Karabakh. 

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Elizabeth Sulis Kim