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Good Vibes, Good Life – Vex King

Written by Abigail Smith  Over the course of the past year, I have increasingly been seeing more people talk about and put into practice the looking …

“Bring back manly men.”

Written by Annie Gilson.  Harry Styles. Vogue. A dress.  One image, with a positive message of gender-fluidity and self-expression sends the ‘Karen’s’ and right-wing conservatives into a …

Will the swiping ever stop?

By Charlotte Calvert In an age where we are no longer coerced by our friends into blind dates, where speed dating is a distant …

Patricia Field and the City

Written and illustrated by Faye Milner  Whether you’re a Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte or Samantha, there is no denying that the …

Why the internet came to the defence of this 17-year-old

Written by Annie Gilson Olivia Rodrigo’s hit “Driver’s License” has taken the internet by storm. The pop ballad has already broken multiple streaming records and is now in its second consecutive week at No. 1 in …

Why Are We Still Whitewashing? Everything Wrong with Netflix’s Fate: The Winx Saga

When I heard that Netflix would be making a live-action series one of my favourite childhood animations, The Winx Club, I was so excited for a fun and fluffy show with magical abilities and found female friendships. However, the hope I had felt of being transported back to the cotton candy dreams of my early childhood where I was a fire fairy (yes, Bloom was always my favourite) walking the grounds of Alfea College, were quickly ruined as I watched the first trailer of Fate: The Winx Saga, my disappointment only growing larger as I eventually watched the whole six-episode series.

The Five Senses

Written by Lucy Anne Chappell Do you ever smell, taste, hear, touch, or see something which takes you back to a special moment in …