All posts tagged Social Media

The Dangerous Misconceptions of Sex Positive Feminism

From supporting and safeguarding sex-workers, to openly speaking about sexual preferences and consent in healthy spaces, sex-positive feminism aims to make itself accessible to all types of women; it is […]

Language is growing through modern technology. Or is it in jeopardy?

Language is a pivotal aspect of each of our everyday lives, shaping our identity and broadening our perspective of the world. Call it what you like – but we have […]

The Honkabillies & Friends VS Cancer Review

We have all been affected by cancer one way or another in life. Those who survive it, or have been affected by it, thrive to provide support to anyone and […]

YA Fiction, the Rise of Social Media and Savannah Brown

On March 13th, I attended an event at Waterstones in Piccadilly for the release of Savannah Brown’s debut YA novel The Truth About Keeping Secrets. The first time I heard […]

Perplexing Times: Rising Xenophobia and Turbo-Capitalism

This is a poem that reflects on our present political climate, characterized by rising xenophobia and uncertainty, and considers how we can respond to this. I am not trying to […]

Maintaining Relationships at University.

It’s often hard to keep an equal balance between all the different aspects of university life, and relationships are often difficult to maintain when focusing on personal health and academic […]

Why Valentine’s Day should be just like any other day…

He loves me. He loves me not. The clock strikes 4 o’clock in the afternoon and you’re still wandering why you haven’t yet received that text from your lover inviting […]

Aestheticism and Moralism in Modern Media

The combined release of Joe Berlinger’s film and documentary series about the serial killer Ted Bundy, with the latter being released on the thirtieth anniversary of his execution, have elicited […]

Personal Platform: London

This is a poem that I created for a modernism assignment. We were tasked with setting our alarm for a 12-hour period. Each time our alarm went off we had […]