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Why We Love the “Good For Her” Film Trope

9 April 2021

(A fair warning, there are spoilers for Gone Girl and Midsommar, so if you’d rather be surprised, don’t read ahead!) Not long ago, I read Gone Girl, devouring it in a couple of days and immediately watching the movie, which was just as good, and I can now admit that I am one of those […]

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My Experience With the Covid Vaccine

8 April 2021

On Thursday 25th of March, I received my first dose of the AstraZeneca covid vaccine. Upon walking into the community hospital I hadn’t really thought much of it, I was glad to be getting the opportunity to receive the vaccine as many people across the world will be waiting for significantly more time than me. […]

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Soma – Soma-ny Horror Games, So Little Time

7 April 2021

This week, Morgan plays another horror game, in an attempt to get some use out of his health insurance. We share a complicated relationship, horror games and I. They seem an ideal choice for a man who has not felt a single emotion since hitting puberty, but then I get around to playing one, and […]

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Can You Name a Female Artist?

6 April 2021

Can you name a female artist? Perhaps you know the name Georgia O’Keefe, Barbara Hepworth or Tracey Emin? Or maybe not. How much faster does it take you to name a male artist? Is it instantaneous? I’m sure it’s a much more comfortable question, you could name anyone – everyone knows the famous ninja turtles […]

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Books Around the World

5 April 2021

Recently, I’ve been trying to read more books from around the world, and I’ve ended up finding some which I’m now constantly recommending to people. If you’re interested in travel, want to find books from authors outside of the UK, or even if you’re just looking for something new to read in lockdown, here are […]

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Teenyboppers or Talent Scouts?

4 April 2021

Woe betide the fool who underestimates the power of the teenage girl. The teen market truly has an influence like no other. The 11–17-year-old bracket decide what is cool, whether it is by their ardent adoration lifting pre-adolescent heartthrobs into the mainstream (think Harry Styles casting in Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk) or by providing a foil […]

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