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The BIG Review: The Black Cat Cabaret.

Naughty. Dark. Funny. These are the three ingredients which make The Black Cat Cabaret a show to remember. When you think of the word ‘cat’, you might think of the […]

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No Sex, No Problem!

Everything is about sex these days. You can’t even open a magazine without seeing an advertisement with a half-naked woman (which says something about our treatment of women in media, […]

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Ballie Ballerson: adult ball pit and bar.

It is official, as of next month I will no longer be a teenager. That’s right, I will be reaching the ripe old age of twenty. However, I must admit […]

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Kenza

If you are looking for somewhere that serves delicious food and showcases live entertainment, then you need look no further than: ‘Kenza’. Kenza serves authentic Lebanese and Middle Eastern cuisine, […]

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We Need To Talk About Food

When someone says the word ‘relationships’, it sets off a stream of images of romance, couples, even friendships, but what has recently arrested my attention is people’s relationships with food. Supermarkets are […]

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Has the Fashion industry changed? Or is it still the era of the size zero?

“You’ve got to be s******* me, Zara!”   This exaltation of frustration came from the Irish Radio presenter, Muireann O’Connell, at the beginning of last month. Her tweet was sent […]

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Pro-Life? Pro-Choice? Pro-What?

Abortion is a very contentious issue at the moment. With Donald Trump enforcing restrictions that have a global effect, with more than 3,400 Irish women travelling to the UK for legal abortions in 2015, and Poland’s recent attempts to try […]

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The big O

It’s hard to think about sex without thinking about star of the show- the orgasm. Cumming, busting a nut, seeing stars, le petite mort (or little death, as it is […]

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Questioning Beauty Standards: The Politics of Afro Hair

The culture of beauty standards within the black community are heavily charged, and therefore require a nuanced approach when looking within the cultural dynamics. Recently, I have noticed a positive […]