Anisah Qausher discusses the damage of internet culture on modern dating and pushes us to love authentically, not for the content consumption of others.
Niamh Langton explores the unhealthy impact of diet shows on our mental and physical wellbeing. TW: Eating disorders
Bethan Draycott debunks the myths surrounding the “feminist” femme fatale, questioning – is she really a symbol of female empowerment or a social rejection of it?
CW: consent, BDSM BDSM: bondage and discipline, domination and submission, sadism and masochism – a fun little acronym for “spicing things up in the bedroom” (if you err on the side of euphemism). Let me begin by gently reminding you that BDSM is more than just gear; there’s more to it than floggers, cuffs, rope, Read More…
Many of us will be familiar with the concept of ‘drawing boundaries’ – with friends, family, or partners – in acts of self-preservation. Therapists will lecture you on the importance of boundaries and how we, as adults, are responsible for creating them as well as adhering to them. But it’s all so much easier said Read More…
Gwendy Davenport looks at influencers and their power over social media whilst questioning how it should be used.
Olivia Dunn discusses the newly relatable difficulties added to dating in a pandemic.
Mollie Schofield discusses Florence Given’s “Dump Him” slogan amongst some of her others.
Jake Caudwell examines the trend of horoscopes, making a case for the amusement or comfort they may provide in uncertain times.
Had you asked me this question three months ago I’d have answered vehemently with a definitive: “YES.” Because why would I – a young, beautiful 21 year old in her prime – limit myself to one partner?! The notion seemed ridiculous. As I’ve mentioned in previous pieces, at secondary school I was a serial monogamist. Read More…