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.
How do we deal with mental health conditions in society today? With increased coverage on the subject evident in the media, Kristina Eventov discusses the need for balance and transparency when it comes to understanding mental health.
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.
It this might seem like the past 12 months were filled with doom and gloom, but think again… Here are just a few reasons why 2018 rocked.
Read Tegan Francis’ post on what Feminism means to her. From self love, to building up others around you, Feminism is more than at first you might see.
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?
Sophia Obrecht discusses the possibility of fostering some sort of European patriotism through sport and sporting success. Could this counteract the growing rise of extreme nationalism across Europe, and reunite the UK with the continent after all this ugly Brexit negotiating?