Now you're married, when is the baby? I didn't get married in order to harvest babies instantaneously; despite it being the 'perfect' environment for such farming to ensue. It seems as if the moment that my name, my title, and my jewellery changed so too did the attitude towards a 20 year old having a… Continue reading Baby Brained
As this question arises, so too, do the primitive screams of a number of disappointed men deprived of their daily carnal pleasure. Because, obviously, it is very difficult to find a picture of the upper ventral region of a human woman, in order to delve into the lecherous enjoyment of the breast, areola and nipple… Continue reading No More Page 3?
I applaud the torrent of criticism that has eclipsed Dapper Laughs over the last few weeks. I question myself - how did such a 'comedian' even rise to profundity? It strikes me as abhorrent that any woman, especially, would condone his crude, invasive and outdated sense of 'comedy'. I've seen articles attempt to 'support' Dapper… Continue reading Misogynist Comedy
Rape. It doesn't have a watershed. The rapist doesn't think 'Oh, shit! It's before 9, better not rape this victim'. So why should television portray it any differently. As if rape is only committed by a man, towards a woman, outside of the home, in the dead of night. Rape permeates domestic bliss, it permeates… Continue reading Watershed Rape
The perma-tanned foray of the Kardashian Klan epitomises popular culture. But how have they managed to infiltrate our everyday lives? What is it about this family that has changed society as we know it? It is clear that the Krew have been around long before their current world domination, since 1994 exactly, when the late… Continue reading Are you Keeping up with Kardashian Kulture?
Me and my husband decided, rather than bend over to the new societal craze of pouring ice (or sometimes not even icy) water over oneself to raise 'awareness' for ALS, we would commit to donating to two charities each month: the NSPCC and MIND. Two charities that are close to both of our hearts. Not… Continue reading The Peer Pressure Challenge
“Suicide is for cowards” “I have no respect for anyone who takes their own life” Sitting at work after the news of Robin Williams death, these were not the reactions I expected. Amongst the pain stricken declarations of sorrow at this shocking and devastating news, were dabbles or idiotic naivety. “How could someone take their… Continue reading “Genie, you’re free..”
Death has plagued newspaper spreads on an unprecedented scale in the last few weeks; and this doesn’t look set to change as war erupts in the Palestinian and densely populated state of Gaza. While the world watches the unravelling accusations surrounding the fallen MH17 plane, 87 people were “massacred” in Gaza by Israeli forces on… Continue reading Conflict in Gaza
'I am proud to be British' they announce. As if Britishness had become a foreign concept- as if it something elitist to say 'I am British'. What does that even mean? To me it's just a nationality, written on a passport, attempting to define me. It really doesn't. The raucous claims of Britishness, the people behind… Continue reading Rule, Britannia?
Planning one of the best days of your life should surely be a joyous and exciting experience; finally the freedom to have things how you want it, having the people you love around you. But no, not really. Again and again, society intervenes and circumvents our expectations- hinders our freedom and inundates us with irrelevant… Continue reading Keeping Up Appearances