“WAP” by Cardi B Ft. Megan Thee Stallion Review

‘WAP” by Cardi B Ft. Megan Thee Stallion has broken the internet after its release last week. The song is a female-orientated ratchet rap song that seems to be reclaiming the word ‘whore.’ However, the music video and lyrics seem to have created an angry mob of leeches; who are willing to brush over the... Continue Reading →

INDIAN MATCHMAKING: What do Men really want?

Indian Matchmaking is a new Netflix original series that explores modern arranged marriages in the Indian community.   It has created a huge impact since its launch last week and has led to a huge increase in Indian singles changing their bio to ‘trying to find someone before my parents contact someone called Sima from Mumbai’... Continue Reading →

Rebranded: Too Slow and Lovely?

By Shivani In India Fair and Lovely makes around £400 million of revenue per annum. ‘Fair and Lovely’ is set to change their name to ‘Glow and Lovely’ in the next few months.  The Black Lives Matter movement has challenged police brutality and racism worldwide after the murder of George Floyd on May 25. For... Continue Reading →

Do I Sound like I’m Being Dramatic?

Vegetarians only get food poisoning when they pray for 100 words a minute in shorthand and not world peace during a Havan (Hindu prayer ceremony to promote good vibes in your home.)  Every time I’ve told one of my friends I almost died of food poisoning last weekend the follow up question is; ‘are you... Continue Reading →

Religious Organisations around Worcestershire Share how they have Adapted to COVID19

“When a crisis occurs, people question life, everybody is in this routine: work, home eat, sleep and nobody questions what’s happening and why they are doing this." RELIGIOUS organisations around Worcestershire have found innovative ways to adapt their services during lockdown restrictions. Online meditation and faith seminars are part of the several programmes set up... Continue Reading →

Why I don’t want a baby

I have no idea how to hold a baby. They’ve always scared me so I’ve just done a pretty good job in avoiding them so far. I refused to go near my nephew until he turned 3 and started to seem like less of a dropping hazard and more of a liability and therefore slightly... Continue Reading →

How to Reject a Guy

Everyone’s a serial ghoster and it’s got to the point where we’re almost impressed by someone who takes the initiative to ghost us first. The only concern I have when it comes to ghosting people I have never met, is whether it’s a way of building up bad karma, which is a narcissistic approach, and... Continue Reading →

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