We need to sweat the small stuff if we want to end rape culture for good
New Posts / Womanhood

We need to sweat the small stuff if we want to end rape culture for good

With ex-judge Mary Jane Mowat’s recent comments ringing in my ears I think it’s time to talk about rape culture and why stopping “women getting so drunk” isn’t the answer.  Rape culture, it’s an uncomfortable phrase isn’t it? It implies that everyone is to blame. It implies that our culture is in some way broken. … Continue reading

capital
New Posts / Poetry

capital

I was born rich The top of the globe with a small straight nose Gazing into the looking glass Girls that can’t ever be better than pretty Capitalism steams on Like a freight train Chugging, mugging Snap click Work, twerk Funny, beauty Clever, sexy Kind … of a provocateur A reliable product doesn’t change Grow-up, out, round Silhouetting a … Continue reading

The Quarter-life crisis epidemic, should we be worried?
New Posts / Twenty Something Project

The Quarter-life crisis epidemic, should we be worried?

  The latest craze of social speculation and influx of statistics falls upon the heads of young adults, the twenty something’s. The rumour is that we’re all miserable and disappointing our potential; financially, romantically and in our careers.  The idea that we now enter a second childhood in our twenties leaves me feeling both offended and … Continue reading