By Niamh Collins To begin, happy international women’s day! I want to say a big thank you to all the trailblazing women in the world and in my life, may we forever seek to emulate you, and in the words of Jane Fonda, continue to take the torch forward ourselves! When browsing through articles that […]Read More International Women’s Day – A Huffington Post Article of ’55 incredible photos of girls going to school around the world’
By Molly la Fosse This International Women’s Day, I’ve composed a short list of some must-reads – incredibly powerful books written by influential women. We Should All Be Feminists – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. This is a really short book (about 50 pages long) and was inspired by Adichie’s TED talk of the same name, which you can […]Read More Books to read this March, Women’s History Month
By: Sasha Franchuk Most films produced now usually follow the same plot in a specific way, you are more likely to know how the film will end and who will win, the good side or the bad side by a third of the way in watching the film. In most action films which make millions […]Read More ARE FILM PLOTS ALL THE SAME?
By Oliver Hodges A few months ago during a social studies class in a Canadian University, a young assistant professor showed a clip from a TV debate on a national news channel. The debate was on the topic of legislation to enforce the use of gender pronouns and criminalise the misuse or failure to use […]Read More A VERY personal opinion: Why the Radical Left’s Desire to Create Neutrality is Destroying any Hope of the Equality They Seek.
By Bobby Genower The White House, November 8th, 1961. President Kennedy’s 17th press conference. Kennedy has pioneered this regular, live televised “show” because he knows he’s good at it but also because he believes the American Press has a right to question the president, and the public has a right to hear his answers. During […]Read More Women and Equality
By Zach Quite often I feel like my musical inspirations are radically different to other people’, primarily due to my taste in music and my style of playing. However, my inspirations for my style of playing and the type of music I create myself. My inspirations, however, can be primarily boiled down to two artists, […]Read More My Musical Inspirations
By Sasha Rose Cook a sigh. tortured. dramatic. (too dramatic). an impatient tap of fingernails against the spacebar. a desperate glance around the room. will the cupboards inspire me? how about the empty mug of tea (that i still haven’t rinsed) or the banana peel that’s slowly but steadily browning? nope. a sigh. a look […]Read More Inspiration (or lack thereof)
A take on the movements ME TOO and TIME’S UP: Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for standing up against sexual misconduct and abuse, and I applaud the many who have voiced their traumatic experiences in the hope that justice will be served and that their stories will inspire others to do the same. However, there are certain […]Read More Has the symbolism of female solidarity digressed from the original campaign? ( Written by a Feminist)
By Paulina Placek “We teach girls to shrink themselves To make themselves smaller We say to girls, “You can have ambition But not too much You should aim to be successful But not too successful Otherwise you will threaten the man.” Because I am female I am expected to aspire to marriage I am expected […]Read More Misunderstood: “I’m A Feminist”
By Adri Garcia People don’t respect dance as an art form, a sport or a subject. They are wrong. They are wrong because first and foremost people just need to be respectful of others and their choices, just because I choose to do dance instead of chemistry it doesn’t make me any lesser than you. […]Read More A Defensive of Dance