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Pop artist Lana del Rey is familiar to many, but the woman herself is a slippery figure. Even if her persona is fabricated, her music has something to say about authenticity. Shinae examines Lana's lamentations.
Art by Sarvika Mishra “Work”, Khalil Gibran writes, “is love made visible”. This quote comes from the much-celebrated book The Prophet which centres around a fictional prophet, who, facing impending departure to his home country, shares advice on love, work, marriage, parenting and more. I was on my lunch break when I read the section… Continue reading Against Hustle Culture
Thousands of Poles protested against the even stricter abortion laws recently introduced by the governing PiS party. Lucja tells us more.
Until she began to use TikTok, Shinae had never given much thought to medical rumours. Although it can represent an irresistible world of music and dance, there is a dark medical underworld to the wildly popular social media platform.
Cathy Freeman may be a household name in Australia, but it wasn't until watching the ABC's recent documentary 'FREEMAN', that Caitlin fully realised the strength of Cathy's story - or her importance as a woman, a sporting figure, and an Indigenous Australian.
Givenchy, high fashion, and the iconic little black dress are just a few things that spring to mind when referring to the classic 60s movie. However, beyond this, the elegant, stylish and luxurious world of Holly Golightly also offers some interesting philosophical insights.
Since the beginning of time, humans have wandered the earth nude. But nudity is about more than a human being bereft of clothes. It's the divinity of the most beautiful costume - yourself.
Though the word 'consent' gets thrown around pretty much constantly, what does it actually mean to 'consent' to intercourse? Lucja examines the philosophical problem of consent, and assures us that, ultimately, only yes means yes - so we should always explicitly seek consent.
Issy introduces us to some of the issues of contemporary feminism in Hungary, which holds a somewhat unique position in the dramatic political sphere of Europe today.