Homophobia is a seemingly uncommon issue in this modern world we think we live in. Unfortunately this is not entirely the case, especially in the sporting world.

‘Yes means Yes’


This Sunday a small but powerful change was made to Californian law. The U.S state adopted a ’yes means yes’ policy for campus college college students, the first of its kind.

VSO Malawi


Raising money to support a volunteer trip to Malawi in action against HIV and AIDs.

Free Palestine


Taken at the ‘Free Palestine’ protests held in London on Friday 11th and Saturday 12th July 2014 Photographs by Rose Clayton  

Emotions in the Workplace


Quote from Mean Girls Words by Elizabeth Pollard In Stylist magazine a few weeks ago, Lizzie Pook addressed the taboo topic of women showing emotion in the workplace. A refreshing take on the subject suggested that these days emotional flamboyancy worked in a woman’s favour, but is that a result of a progressive attitude towards […]

Characters of The Wild

Characters of the wild

Words by Elizabeth Pollard Since first being introduced to the story of Christopher McCandless’ ‘ultimate Alaskan adventure’, I have never been able to stop questioning what it means to me. As a 16 year old, full of anger, indignance and uncertainty, I admired his journey and his mind. Obsessed with Jack Kareouc, J D salinger […]

A Response: Uncle Ace’s House

Corinne & A response

(below) Photography by Jessica Dimmock Words by Elizabeth Pollard In the December 2012 issue of The New Yorker, Rachel Aviv wrote an essay about teenage homelessness in New York. She followed and interviewed Samantha and Ryan about their journey, experiences and the culture of the underground society. Samantha recalls leaving home after being molested by […]

The Hard Questions: The Shocking Secrets

Corinne & 2

Words by Billie Jenkins There were several thoughts buzzing round my head as I pondered the Porn Hub statistics, available at http://www.pornhub.com/insights/pornhub-traffic-trends-world-events/ for all you social anthropologists. (I like to call myself an anthropologist rather than a nosy little pervert, it’s got classier ring to it.) Some of the most interesting stats come from when […]

Frank Think: Deepak Chopra

Corinne & Deepak Chopra

Words By Frank Think Deepak Chopra, M.D. has authored over sixty-five books, including many New York Times bestsellers. His latest book, Super Brain, is yet another in a long line of self help inspirational guides that looks at the huge untapped potential of the human mind and the unknown boundary between matter and none matter. […]

A Response: Sheryl Sandberg’s #BanBossy Campaign

Corinne & A Response2

Words by Elizabeth Pollard Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook tells the Wall Street Journal that in junior high, a teacher told her friend: “Nobody likes a bossy girl. You should find a new friend who will be a better influence on you.” In response, 30 years later, Sandberg launched a #BanBossy campaign with the support […]