"The Scottish Episcopal Church's General Synod has made the first steps of any Anglican Church in the UK towards allowing gay marriage in church.
There was a fantastic article on The Toast this week by Denece Mohammed, discussing the differences between what she calls "Trini English and Proper English". It's a great read, and although her experiences and background are very different to mine, I was fascinated at how some of it resonated with my experiences of dialect and language.
"When I moved back home, the difference was stark...Here there was no benefit in this new accent, my new words, my slower tongue. I was home and people still asked where I was from. To relearn the language was to speak in a way I never had before I left. I overcompensated with slang and dialect."