Remaining a reluctant Remainer

after nearly three years of Brexit debate, I'm still just as ambivalent as I was on 23rd June 2016. The last few weeks haven't disappointed, the two major political parties are still gridlocked with indecision crippling the "mother of all parliaments"; The Liberal Democrat's strutting like cats with the cream, enjoying a resurgent popularity (won't …

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Playing with Barbie: escaping toxic masculinity

"the school environment was teaching me a very different way of coping with emotions, simply not to." So to explain this particular title, ill have to tell you a little about my life growing up. I'm the youngest child of three and the only boy, so when me and my sisters where playing together, it …

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Black Power Ranger Moment: The joys of becoming colour blind

I remember in primary school, playing power rangers in the grounds and getting rather upset with my friends as I had joined the game late, and the only power ranger left was the black ranger; which I didn't want to be. strangely I was fine pretending to be a brightly coloured spandex wearing super hero, …

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