• Taylor Swift Is Right, Degrading Women Under The Pretence Of Humour Is No Laughing Matter

    ‘Hey Ginny & Georgia, 2010 called and it wants its lazy, deeply sexist joke back. How about we stop degrading hard working women by defining this horse shit as FuNnY. Also, @netflix after Miss Americana this outfit doesn’t look cute on you. Happy Women’s History Month I guess’...
  • Gina Carano vs Twitter: Her Own Worst Enemy

    Katie Connor Recent news headlines have depicted Gina Carano, best known for her character Cara Dune in the Disney+ series The Mandalorian, fired from the role after some ‘abhorrent’ social media posts. Her latest controversial Twitter post – which has since been deleted – reportedly stated ‘Because history is...
  • Marvel Cinematic Universe: Is It Becoming Overkill?

    Rebecca Barton The Marvel Cinematic Universe is one of the most discussed and watched franchises in the world, littered with both films and television series that intricately connect to one another. Like much that it has paused, COVID-19 has seen a postponement of cinema releases, starving the Marvel-mad among...
  • Equalities Minister Attacks Journalist For Asking Questions Over Vaccination Video

    Deontaye Osazuwa No.10 has defended equalities minister Kemi Badenoch after calling HuffPost journalist Nadine White “creepy and bizarre” for asking questions about a cross-party video encouraging vaccine take up in Black communities. In a heated Twitter thread , Ms Badenoch published private emails that Ms White had sent asking...
  • How to be Anti-Racist; We Need to Tackle Systemic Racism in the US and the UK

    Dear white people, it’s about time we take action against racism. The murder of George Floyd has awakened many to the racial injustice that permeates our lives. For hundreds of years, through slavery, colonialism, murder and theft, white supremacy has seeped its way into our systems like a disease;...
  • How US Presidential Power Has Gone Too Far

    With Trump engaging in a fact checking war with Twitter and stating on the Black Lives Matter protests that ‘when the looting starts, the shooting starts’, questions are being raised over whether presidential power in the US has gone too far. Last week when Trump claimed that Mail-In ballots...
  • Social Media in Lockdown: Friend or Foe?

    A clear outcome of the current lockdown measures imposed across the world is an increase in activity on social media. Social media has been a huge of our technology-driven society for over a decade now, so the fact that it has perhaps become more embedded into our current lives...