Concern Isn’t Enough: LGBTQ+ Rights Abroadby Ella Nevill
According to news reports, the arrests of 33 people in Egypt after an LGBTQ+ rainbow flag was waved at a concert in Cairo. The band? Mashrou’ Leila. The lead vocalist? An openly gay man. While discrimination against members of the LGBTQ+ community in the Middle East may come as no surprise, these arrests have sparked […]
Growing Up White, Privileged and Colorblindby Maddie Knight
Khloe Kardashian sits in front of a green screen, story hair and make-up done perfectly, in the ‘diary’ section of her family’s TV series, she open’s her mouth, and once again I hear ‘it’s causing me major anxiety’, or something similar to that. All I can think, is that it is this kind of normalising of a mental health issue that ensured that I didn’t go to the doctors for a year and a half after I started thinking that my sadness, obsessive behaviours and nervousness were above a line which enabled me to live a normal life.