As a teenager I was reluctant to stand up and say I was a Feminist. Did I believe in equality, yes,I was just afraid of what people would think of me.
Overworked nurses and doctors, a rising number of deaths, and lockdown, it is easy to feel despondent and depressed in the face of the coronavirus crisis. To make myself feel better I decided to search for those infamous silver-linings because this cloud like the many clouds before it must have one too…
Following Tegan Francis’ exploration of what Feminism means to her, I thought I’d lay bare my own take on Feminism because while great mind do think alike, every perspective is a little different and here’s mine.
Whitby, the setting for Bram Stoker’s Dracula, is the perfect place to visit to experience a true English sea side town. Complete with Fish and Chips, Seagulls, long beaches and stunning view, the town was a great place to take some practice shots.
Leading up to graduation day life as a 20 something may have seemed like a 90s sitcom, full of laughter, adventure and career opportunities. But what happens after the ceremony, after the you take off your cap and gown…life as a graduate is not always what you might have expected.
Across the globe, innovation in green technologies has helped to drive economic growth – and not just for developed nations. In emerging countries, green technologies and the move to a green economy offer a wealth of opportunity.
By Sophia Obrecht Living on the edge, and daring to test your physical limits — some have made a career pushing themselves to explore the extremes of sport. From Hannah Teter (Olympic snowboarding champion, halfpipe), to Stephanie Gilmore (six time world champion in surfing), or Danny MacAskill (expert trails cyclist), these adrenaline junkies are anythingContinue reading “5 Extreme Sports You Should Try at Least Once in Your Life”
It’s time we took a long hard look at the way we use social media. It’s time to get back to reality!
Masculinity doesn’t have to be something negative, it doesn’t have to be toxic. What does the backlash, and the praise for Gillette’s latest ad tell us about society’s problem with the male identity.
Fake news, that seems to be the buzzword of the day… So what happens when free speech becomes hate speech or when opinions, represented as facts, have nothing more than hearsay to back them up, what then?