Quarter Life Crisis (240/365)

At one point the only crisis that was widely known was the mid life crisis, which occurs during the middle of someones life (40-50 depending on how you look at it), in which they panic about their achievements, goals, where their life is going and just generally everything. The media sort of display it through … Continue reading Quarter Life Crisis (240/365)

The Real Gender Traitors In Handmaids Tale (221/365)

Handmaids Tale is one of those shows that truly haunts you, especially watching it as a woman. You see the effects of a truly misogynistic society built on a bastardised version of religion that condemns sin in any way, including women's rights and homosexuality. It takes traditional gender values and makes it the absolute law, … Continue reading The Real Gender Traitors In Handmaids Tale (221/365)

Weird Shared Experiences of POC in a White Space (220/365)

I don't know about you, but as a POC I find navigating white spaces have their own struggles that aren't written about a lot. We see the fun sketches which sort of make it into a joke, but the fact that most people from ethnic backgrounds watch them and relate to them really does say … Continue reading Weird Shared Experiences of POC in a White Space (220/365)

What Do You See When You See Graffiti? (172/365)

Graffiti is one of those things that has subconsciously become linked with inner city urban living, it's become synonymous with danger, reckless youth and rebellion. When really it's just another form of art, yes the tags of peoples 'road names' is a way of a gang marking their territory, but the rest of it is … Continue reading What Do You See When You See Graffiti? (172/365)

Honour Killings are Scarily More Common Than You’d Think (149/365)

We hear the term a lot in the media - 'Honour Killing' - but with every mention is the implication that it's a far away issue. The idea that only people in the East do it, and that's just not true. It happens everywhere, and honestly it's scary as hell. Honour Killing tend to be … Continue reading Honour Killings are Scarily More Common Than You’d Think (149/365)