Representation. It’s a complicated topic, especially in reference to the LGBT community. Throughout the 20th century, scripted television presented a caricature of homosexuality. Gay men were presented as the comedy […]
When it comes to that “time of the month”, women have heard it all. The condescension and disgust, and even the outright denial to discuss this in public. However, with the rising rates of tampons and pads, mainstream media is giving more coverage to menstruation. The UK is finally starting to see how women are becoming victims to period poverty; how current action is ineffective, and won’t solve it.
This month we’re publishing our first digest, featuring Avengers: Endgame (SPOILERS!), Lush, Spotify’s Weekly Indie picks, and coverage on the top news stories of April. Enjoy!
The hallmark of philosophy education is critical thinking and inductive reasoning. Additionally, philosophy demonstrates that problems often have multiple solutions, and teaches its students to approach problems from a number of different perspectives (“lateral thinking”).
Going green is a luxury. How do I know this – because it is my luxury. Right now I am sitting here in rural New Zealand penning this piece in my recycled wood studio, sipping on an organic turmeric latte out of a $40 reusable coffee cup while my rescue puppy snoozes in the patch of sun at my feet.
This is not a question that most of us ask ourselves. We usually just want to be happy and that’s it! Here are some helping questions in your way to happiness.
A very good friend of mine recently reassured me with some life changing advice, he said: When was the last time you did something which benefitted yourself disregarding others?