Has Modern Day Feminism Infantilised Women?

In a recent piece made with the BBC's Daily Politics show, Laura Perrins - co-editor of The Conservative Woman - stated that feminism has created a generation of women who moan and are generally unhappy thanks to what has been left to us from our predecessors. Watching this interview really got me thinking about the … Continue reading Has Modern Day Feminism Infantilised Women?

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Cultural Quarter: Gentrification or Petrification?

We’re back, and the semester is in full swing after our rather long summer break and we’re back in the gem of Great Britain’s south coast; Southampton, however something is different, yes our very own Cultural Quarter is up and running after a long development process and it looks fantastic with all of its new outlets, … Continue reading Cultural Quarter: Gentrification or Petrification?

BBC’s Class: An Identity Crisis?

For Tonight We Might Die. The new online series Class feels like it’s stumbled at the first hurdle. It’s a fast firing first episode that tries to touch on far too many different themes while also introducing a whole card deck of characters. Now fast firing episodes aren't simply just bad. Doctor Who is quick, snappy and … Continue reading BBC’s Class: An Identity Crisis?

Top 10 Netflix Series for November!

With winter creeping in, it's time to count down the best 10 series to watch on Netflix.. when you're not studying that is. American Horror Story – Hotel Alongside all of the other phenomenal seasons, American Horror Story: Hotel has finally been added to Netflix!*screams* If you haven’t seen any of the other seasons, don’t … Continue reading Top 10 Netflix Series for November!