Senior Opinions Editor Amy Sankey analyses the assumptions we might make about female sexuality from novels such as Sally Rooney’s ‘Normal People’. To her, the novel’s title is misleading – the women we see, the lives they live, the sex they have, are actually not as ‘normal’ as they are made to seem.
““I don’t feel like going out,”, “I’m going to have a quiet one in tonight,”, “I’ll just have one drink,” —all phrases I’ve said before a big night out.”
Hannah Kieve writes about her entertaining clubbing anecdotes, and gives valuable advice for those itching to get (back) on the dance floor.
“The highly anticipated 2021 debut album ‘Ashlyn’ covers a variety of themes and styles, ranging from a slow ballad about loving someone through every obstacle, to a direct indie anthem about the experience of post-long-term relationship one-night stands.” Hannah Kieve introduces Ashe, reflecting on her lyricism as an artist.
Literature Editor Hetta Johnson breaks down the best songs to feature on our screens. Whether it be a moving addition or an enlivening accompaniment, it is hard to imagine watching a film or show and not feeling the effect of the soundtrack. Here are a select few to be appreciated today.