Tag: #international

Ability & Abortion

In the last few weeks, I’ve been watching a lot of documentaries about powerful female figures, and it’s given me a lot to think about, what with the latest developments in US policy i.e. the so-called ‘heartbeat’ bill. Despite this being the inspiration (and I see nothing wrong with that) I like to try and

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Fast Fashion: The Dark Horse

The other day I watched a documentary called The True Cost on Netflix, and it’s made me take a hard look at the dialogue around me surrounding fashion. I hadn’t even taken a moment to realise how many YouTubers I subscribe to had haul videos, brandishing the money they spent and squealing with glee as they

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The Metamorphosis of Value

Something that has startled me in my young adult years is the concept that value isn’t timeless; it isn’t fixed, finite nor objectively true. The value one places in a certain object, person or even memory is constantly subject to every day movements; one’s mood, one’s activity and – by extension – one’s knowledge of

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Introduction

Humans have this fascinating ability to wholeheartedly believe in things that make little to no intuitive sense. From humans of varying skin tones to humans of different genders, we as a species have convinced ourselves that difference means wrong. We’ve been socialized into looking at conformity and the notion of ”normal” synonymously, as if recurring

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