After reading ‘The Vagenda’ which is a book providing a guide to the media, I have started to question the media. I already knew that the image of always changing ourselves has been laid before us for a long time. If we’re not on the new Tapeworm diet (trust me this a real thing as … More Starvation, Modification and Beautification: The Media.
The death penalty is a symptom of a culture of violence, not a solution to it. Denying someone their life is a denial of their human rights. Last year, BBC showed a documentary ‘Life and Death Row’ showing the public what the death penalty and death row is like in parts of America. It was … More We do not Have the Right to choose who Lives and who Dies- The Death Penalty.
You have cheered on… rape. Dashed through police tape as if it were the finish line in a race in who could be awful first… Shane Koyczan. Trolling. Don’t laugh, don’t find this funny, don’t find it a joke- it isn’t. We shouldn’t be scared to speak what we believe because we fear people will … More Trolls… They will Always be real…
You have cheered on… rape. Dashed through police tape as if it were the finish line in a race in who could be awful first… An article on trolls inspired by Shane Koyczan… Coming soon
To forget a Holocaust is to kill twice- Elie Weisel (Nobel Laureate) Today (27th January) marks the International Holocaust Remembrance Day in which we all remember the horrible atrocities and the mass genocide that took place between 1940 and 1945. It is a dark and horrific part of the history of the human race. We … More History was not made to be forgotten- Remembering the Holocaust 2015.
Okay, so we may no longer have to put up with the objectification of women deemed as ‘news’ but The Sun still holds a website with these photos, which can be accessed by anyone. A whole website dedicated to the existence of page 3. For the time being, I can’t go into much depth, but … More Page 3 is possibly, finally gone?!
Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. The above words are that of the famous rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. In celebration of MLK day I thought an article to remember his life was in need. Not only did King start … More Remembering King- Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Today I write of something that touches my heart. As a female, I have received my education with no problems. I didn’t have to exploit myself, work unthinkable jobs or protest for an education. I feel extremely lucky to have received an education so easily. However, many females all over the world are still not … More Set Her Free- ‘A community of young women empowered, self-sustaining, and free from exploitation.’