Whilst browsing the realms of my Facebook timeline earlier this week I came across a video of an Irishman verbally abusing and provoking an argument with a new mother on a train whilst she breastfed her tiny baby. I, like many, was stunned at how undeniably inconsiderate, rude and ignorant this man was, although I…… Continue reading “Breasts are a scandal because they shatter the border between motherhood and sexuality” – Iris Marion Young
In this post a lot of people will learn a lot about me. Some might look down on me, some might look up to me. Some might judge me, others might criticise me for airing my business. But I do not care. This is my blog and I shall write what I like. It is…… Continue reading My secret
Never once did I imagine myself to not only agree with, but to also publish, a quote by Russian president, Vladamir Putin. Despite the atrocities his government commit on a daily basis, there is one subject in which he speaks the truth, and that matter is terrorism. In the wake of the Lebanese and Parisian…… Continue reading “Terrorism has no nationality or religion” – Vladamir Putin
In recent news, NASA released images which near enough prove previous theories stating that there is running water on Mars. NASA have also revealed rough plans to man a mission to Mars by 2030. With the red planet once again dominating the astronomical world and consequently the international media, it’s fair to say that my…… Continue reading “The worst moments in life are heralded by small observations” – Andy Weir
Tomorrow marks my last day in Peterborough before I up and move to Lincoln to start my degree in journalism. I would say that I’m nervous; however the whole thing seems moderately surreal and so I’m numb to the whole situation right now. Despite this, there are a handful of things that I’ve been thinking…… Continue reading Five Things I’ll Miss When I Move To University
This Autumn, The Secret Vintage Fair is coming to Peterborough for a two-day extravaganza in one of the city’s prime landmark’s. On the weekend of October 31st – November 1st, the event will be in the city in order to help raise funds for the Sue Ryder Hospice. Entrance to the event is £3 per…… Continue reading Sue Ryder Secret Vintage Fair!
Everyone has their regrets and niggles about what they wish they could’ve done differently growing up, and whilst I don’t like to think of my mistakes as necessarily being regrets, there are a few things I would definitely tell my younger self. Be confident – I can’t stress this enough. Growing up I was always…… Continue reading Three Things I’d Tell My Younger Self