Adam Maidment

Manchester, UK

Adam Maidment

Based in Manchester, UK. Available for freelance work.

Previous work featured on Into, HISKIND, Elite Daily, Huffington Post, Lifehack, and others.

Interested in mental health, queer culture, pop culture, travel, and entertainment.



10 facts about Girls Aloud’s Tangled Up to celebrate 10 glorious years

Can you believe that it’s been ten years since the release of Girls Aloud’s fourth studio album Tangled Up? The album, released on 16 November 2007, signified a shift from manufactured reality TV band to experimental pop darlings, a move that was previously hinted at in their third album Chemistry.
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RuPaul’s DragCon NYC: What We Learned Day One

The Pope is camp, New York is the epicenter of great drag talent, and an ACTUAL wedding. The first day of DragCon New York was an outstanding example of talent – both from the RuGirls and the attendees.

The Offensive Midfielder: Homophobia and Football

There are more than 5,000 male professional footballers in the UK. Not one of them is openly gay. One of the many reasons why not a single professional footballer is out could be down to the fact that the sport is highly associated with homophobia, particularly from fans attending matches. Homophobia is still hugely prevalent in the game.

Cane Away the Gay: Inside Indonesia’s Anti-LGBT+ Endemic

This month officially marks ‘LGBT Pride Month’. The event was created to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall Riots, as well as recognising the impact that members of the LGBT community have had on history. As a community, we have made great progress towards equality throughout the years. We’re far from finished, but we’re live in a different world to what our peers had to go through.
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This Is Exactly Why Carrie Fisher Was A Hero In The Mental Health Community

Earlier this week, news broke that Carrie Fisher had suffered a heart attack while on a flight from London to LA. On December 27, she died at just 60 years old, leaving behind a legacy unlike no other. Whether you knew of Carrie Fisher from her movie roles in films such as “Star Wars” and “When Harry Met Sally,” or whether you knew about her successful writing career, penning five novels and three memoirs, it's safe to say she has had a very successful career.
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How The LGBTQ+ Community Is Proving Love Will Always Win After Orlando

As everyone else in the world, I woke up on Sunday morning to hear about the devastating and tragic events that happened at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, in the early hours of Sunday, June 12. In what President Obama has called an “act of terror and an act of hate” and Sen. Bernie Sanders called a “horrific atrocity,” it is now the deadliest mass shooting in American history.
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Why Playing Music Out Loud Leads To More Sex And Happier Relationships

If you prefer to listen to your music through the comfort of your headphones, then you may want to take them off your head for a minute and read this. A recent report from Sonos, the smart speaker system, has discovered just how much of a positive impact playing music out loud can have not only on ourselves, but also on those around us.
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9 Moments From ‘Veep' That Prove Selina Is The Funniest Woman Alive

“Veep” is one of the funniest shows on television right now, and if you haven't yet had the chance to watch it then you're seriously missing out. The show follows Selina Meyer, a fictional vice president of the United States. The series was created by Armando Iannucci, and is based on the British comedy series, “The Thick Of It.”.
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3 Things The Academy Can Do To Save The Legacy Of The Oscars

The nominations reveal for the Oscars is supposed to be a moment of glee and pride, celebrating the best moments in cinema over the past year. However, there are some real complaints to be made about this year's batch of nominees. For the second consecutive year, the nominations have revealed a real lack of diversity among the big leading awards.
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How Acceptance Can Erase Mental Illness Stigmas

Same-sex marriage was legalized in both Ireland and the United States, and transgender rights are finally moving to the forefront of our conversations. However, a serious stigma still affects those who are dealing with mental illnesses. According to the mental health charity, Mind, one in four people in the UK will experience some sort of mental health problem every year.
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Why Morphine Needs To Be A Global Human Right

Morphine is a key narcotic drug that serves the fundamental purpose of treating moderate to severe pain. It minimises the suffering of millions of patients worldwide. Yet, in other parts of the world - including India -- many patients end up in needless pain because they are denied adequate relief.

How We Could Have A World Without Malaria

Malaria kills hundreds of thousands of people every year and has the second most impact on world health right after tuberculosis. The infection disease is caused by a parasite and transmitted by mosquitoes. There are five different types of the Plasmodium parasite and are native to Africa, Asia and the Middle East.


Adam Maidment

Interested in freelance writing opportunities focused on, but not limited to: mental health, queer culture, pop culture, travel, and entertainment.

Based in Manchester, UK and graduated from Edge Hill University with a 2:1 Bachelors Honors in Media.

Previous work featured on Into, HISKIND, Elite Daily, Huffington Post, Lifehack, and others.

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