All posts tagged pregnancy

Choosing Babies over Education

As a 20-year-old woman, I was born with a mindset which believed in two ways of life; either you go to university and in turn start a career, or you […]

Abortion: My Body, My Right

As many of you are aware over the past week the hot topic has been surrounding the issue of abortion. Abortion is defined as ‘the ending of a pregnancy by […]

Sexual Freedom and Reproductive Rights in the Land of the Free

Alabama, Mississippi, Ohio, Georgia, Missouri, Kentucky, Arkansas, Utah and Iowa —the nine states in the U.S that have attempted and/or succeeded in passing a “heartbeat” bill, policing women’s bodies and […]

The Stamp of Feminism in Kill Bill 1 & 2

(spoilers ahead) Tarantino tells the fun and crazy story of The Bride seeking revenge on ‘Bill’, who sent her into a coma with a bitter headshot on her wedding night. […]

Women masturbate too. Shocker!

Heath benefits of, and Big mouth’s positive look on, ‘self-pleasure.’ Masturbation has been used throughout the media as a comedy element for many years, especially male masturbation. Therefore, it has […]

I Speak Condoms, You Speak Pills

Your contraception is like a native language; you feel comfortable using it, you’re familiar with its respective nuances, and you may even use more than one. Prior to the popularisation […]

All Grown Up: Rosemary’s Baby celebrates it’s 50th birthday

In the last 5 years popular culture has seen a small resurgence of slow-burning psychological horror films with entries like It Follows, Hereditary, Mother, The Babadook, and The Witch. In light of these recent hits, […]

We need a respectful, verbal orgy.

Let’s go back to sex ed lessons at secondary school, they usually began with: ”And this is chlamydia.” You remember yourself wincing as your health teacher introduced you to STIs […]

An open relationship with Mental Health

Sitting in the Mile End Wetherspoons on a cold and rainy Monday night, my friend and I began a discussion that caused a reaction I could not have possibly anticipated. […]