I speak for many when when I say “I love women”. International women’s day is, in essence, a day to appreciate the ladies in your life. However, scratching beneath the surface of the day for many radical 3rd wave feminists out there, it’s a springboard to annoying political activism and male-bashing. Continue reading International Women’s Day and new Feminism: Why it’s so harmful
The Labour party leadership campaign sees four unique individuals jostling for the leadership position. Things have already begun to heat up with Keir Starmer seemingly covering his flank from Rebecca Long-Bailey by skewing ‘further left’ on his policy pledges during the most recent hustings in Cardiff. What Labour may or may not realise is that they are stuck between a rock and a hard place … Continue reading Labour is in trouble – no matter who they pick as their leader.
Positive discrimination is a hot topic within the fields of social policy and the job market in the UK. It is also an issue that is largely discussed in the US with regard to the diversifying of the student selection process in US college campuses. Continue reading Positive Discrimination – effective or detrimental?
If you are big into Youtube content, or love a good dabble in the political sphere, you may be aware of the somewhat recent controversy surrounding demonetization of channels on the Youtube platform. It has all sparked from the recent demonetization of the ‘Louder with Crowder’ podcast. Continue reading Youtube’s channel assault – Examining the angles