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How I became a violent person

April 22, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
How I became a violent person

I thought I might interest you guys into something different other than a political rant. This is a piece in which I talk about my discovery as to how I almost naturally – yet unintentionally – contribute to the problems of the world. Although I like to believe I am […]

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Whose Fault Is the Gender Pay Gap?

May 25, 2014 1:07 pm0 comments
Whose Fault Is the Gender Pay Gap?

Every so often a new report is published describing how the gender pay gap still exists and how it’s not really getting any smaller. A recent study from the CMI estimates that at the current rate, it will take 75 years for the gap to disappear completely. This seems an […]

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Winter Olympics – Sending the Right Message to Russia

February 9, 2014 10:59 am0 comments
Winter Olympics – Sending the Right Message to Russia

The Winter Olympics are now underway and the host country is in the midst of disturbing human rights abuse. Suddenly it has become acceptable to openly, and in broad daylight, unleash horrific attacks on other human beings and the government is willfully turning a blind eye. Unbelievably, these perpetrators are […]

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The Inequalities of Equality

November 14, 2013 10:38 am3 comments
The Inequalities of Equality

Introduction: In this article, I will endeavour to describe the key principles of equality. Moreover, I will demonstrate to the reader the foreseeable and consequential, flaws and discrepancies that exist within this ideology.   What is equality? To begin I would like to analyse several words that are key to […]

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Why the Mail Online’s ‘Femail’ is Actually Detrimental to Women

May 28, 2013 9:16 pm8 comments
Why the Mail Online’s ‘Femail’ is Actually Detrimental to Women

With its cotton candy colouring and its equally fluffy journalism, the ‘Femail’ section of Mail Online – The Daily Mail’s online platform – is, quite simply, an abomination. A place where feminism comes to die, where a woman’s lady-parts miraculously smell like roses, and where body hair and period pains […]

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Why should we not be offended?

September 21, 2012 5:21 pm1 comment
Why should we not be offended?

Who, in their sane and proper mental condition, thinks to celebrate the loss of innocent lives? A death is not a celebratory occasion for normal people, especially not the death of the blameless at the hands of crazed fanatics. Yesterday saw the deaths of the US ambassador to Libya, as […]

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