‘It is difficult to set boundaries between “exposing oneself to” and “appropriating” culture,’ Crescent Fujii writes.
Here I’ll quickly break down some of the nonsense which is taken at face value by fellow Facebook users.
The reality is that periods are expensive. Research shows that someone who menstruates could be spending over £18,000 on products for their period over their lifetime.
"The movie, I, Daniel Blake brought the benefit system back into the limelight with an undeniable force." Holly Bancroft argues that we cannot ignore the growing food bank crisis and lingering government austerity.
"A legitimate piece of feedback from one friend’s formative read “your essay assumes racism is a bad thing.” Although the department in question handled his following complaint both swiftly and empathetically, the question still remains why...
Private school pupils are twice as likely to attend Russell Group universities and five times more likely to gain a place at Oxford or Cambridge.
The low voter turn-out in our recent SU elections was somewhat shameful. Out of a student population of roughly 17,000 individuals, we could only muster an approximate 24.7 percent voter turn-out.