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The Media’s Damage to Self-Image: Men and Women

The media has always shown the most ideal versions of men and women. In the past, women were told to look like Marilyn Monroe. Natural and curvy. Then slim and shapeless. Then thin and curvy at the same time. Men… Continue Reading →

Gilette’s Ad on ‘Toxic Masculinity’: Feared and Favoured.

Gilette recently released a new advertisement for their razor which went viral for raising awareness on controversial issues such as bullying, the #metoo movement and toxic masculinity. However, you might have been living under a rock and have no idea… Continue Reading →

ME TOO – The Expected Backlash

#MeToo has been referred to as; a watershed moment for future generations, the biggest feminist movement in history, a unique historical moment…whilst society is moulding to be a more equal and liberal place there are always critics and opposers, so… Continue Reading →

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Breaking Down Stereotypes

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The Aftershock of the #MeToo Movement

The #MeToo movement began with activist Tarana Burke in 2006 but was popularized by actress Alyssa Milano, from Charmed and Who’s The Boss in 2017. The surge in popularity came soon after many sexual abuse allegations came out against Harvey… Continue Reading →

Can Technology Protect Women?

It’s time to praise the advancement of technology. It’s also time to admonish that most women have to rely on that technology as a way to get home safely. Genuinely, is it too much to ask that I don’t have… Continue Reading →

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