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Are We Failing Sex Workers?

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The realm surrounding the world of sex workers, unfortunately, and undeniably, is still significantly stigmatised. The paradigm that prostitution brings forth no less than sheer abomination has persisted through the centuries with many still condemning the profession. Whilst many still hold on to their abhorrence towards these ‘home-wreckers’, we fail … Read More

International Animal Rights Day

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Shouldn’t all sentient creatures be respected? International Animal Rights Day on 10th December, serves to remember ‘the billions of animals subjected to deliberate cruelty and killing across the world every year,’ whether that’s by testing cosmetics on them, or destroying their habitats and leaving them helpless. Since March 2013, animal … Read More

‘Blackfishing’: How White Bloggers Are Capitalising on Blackface

2 months ago / 0 comments

The online blogger sphere is no stranger to controversy. An inappropriate post by a blogger can heighten or cripple their follower count and go viral for all the right or wrong reasons. While many of these controversies are inconsequential enough that we never hear about them, one controversy has created … Read More

Could Your Employer Microchip You?

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Have you ever sprinted after a bus, only to discover that your ticket isn’t where it should be? Perhaps you fantasise about having psychic powers, parting doors with an imperious flick of the wrist? Then you’re in luck! Hundreds of Swedes have already been fitted with tiny sub-dermal microchips, replacing … Read More

A Rival to Netflix?

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The Gryphon discusses the implications of Disney and Warner Bros creating independent streaming services… Competition has been steadily increasing in the streaming services industry for the past few years. However, 2019 looks to be a defining and possibly tumultuous year for Netflix as much of their most viewed and iconic … Read More

State Champs Are a Pop Punk Dream at the O2 Academy, 30.10.18

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After bringing their highly-celebrated new album to life earlier this year, State Champs hit Europe, starting off their tour in Dublin and rocking the O2 Academy in Leeds in at the end of October. The opening acts – wonderfully-chosen punk bands Woes, Stand Atlantic and Seaway – warmed up and … Read More

Elder Island Bring Their Versatile Indie Pop to Belgrave, 02.11.18

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Bristol trio Elder Island proved last Friday that they have not only mastered the ability to create a unique and versatile style of indie pop, but that they are also able bring that same, feel-good energy of their recorded music into a live setting. A crowd of all ages patiently … Read More

Smallfoot Review

3 months ago / 0 comments

Set in the Himalayas, Smallfoot is an animated musical adventure film directed by Karey Kirkpatrick. The film follows a Yeti named Migo, who become friends with a wildlife documentary filmmaker. The rest of the village do not believe in the existence of humans, known as ‘smallfoots’, thus the protagonist is … Read More

Abloh brings wizardry to Mayfair with new Louis Vuitton pop up store

3 months ago / 0 comments

Last week saw the upper echelon of London’s social scene skip down the yellow brick road created by Virgil Abloh in the heart of Mayfair. Abloh’s Wizard of Oz concept pop-up store was home to the Louis Vuitton men’s SS19 collection in all its visionary glory. Rita Ora, Idris Elba … Read More

Review: The Dragon Prince

3 months ago / 0 comments

From the animators of the incredible series Avatar: the Legend of Aang and the second series about the Legend of Korra, The Dragon Prince had a lot to live up to – and it didn’t disappoint. The fantasy world in which the story is set is a fantastic reality full of … Read More