Ottaline Wallace Happy Ed Balls day! It’s celebration time, as today marks the tenth anniversary of its birth. For the past decade, a very niche and underground #edballsday subculture has been thriving, […]
Zara Agha Ah, Sharpay Evans. You love to hate her. She’s one diva in a long line of overtly feminine women who are routinely demonised in Hollywood. That’s right, I’m suggesting Sharpay […]
Ffion Wyn Jones Back in the blissful, distant past of March 2020 when we were naive enough to believe that Covid would be a distant memory by the summer, it seemed to […]
Ffion Wyn Jones With high-waisted jeans, bright colours and Stevie Nicks very much in vogue, the 80s aesthetic is coveted by many. It’s long been known that fashion trends are cyclical, but […]
Elizabeth Baker on Feminist TikTok and problematic bangers.
Zara Agha Picture this. It’s 2011. You’re grabbing a copy of Archie Comics, eagerly anticipating whether Archie will choose Betty or Veronica. 70 years on and he still hasn’t made up his […]
I care too much to keep silent about that. I’m a Tory Girl in a Private School Boy’s Club and I’ve opened myself up to more abuse than it’s probably worth. Yet it’s up to me, and other women, to fight the stereotype more than ever. The Conservative Party are failing female representation.
Josh Hatton After Facebook was founded in 2004, users of the internet were gifted another way to make friends, bond over content, and engage in riveting conversation. It also allowed fans of […]
If you’re a millennial baby like me, the High School Musical trilogy was a big deal. “We’re all in this together” and “Fabulous” are the soundtracks to our childhoods, and in a burst of lockdown nostalgia, I took a trip down memory lane and rewatched the trilogy.
To say the arts have been important in lockdown is an understatement.