According to a recent survey, a third of young people between the ages of 14-24 in the UK now don’t drink alcohol, making them the soberest generation in history (in the UK). 17% of them define themselves as teetotal, whereas 29% said they were non-drinkers.
This morning, Friday 25th May 2018, people all over Ireland got up and headed to the polls to take part in one of the most historic votes of the century – the repeal of the 8th.
The basic plot of a dictator murdered to bring peace to a nation but his death bringing about complete anarchy instead seemed almost a little to close for comfort. Whilst Hytner stuck to the script and didn't specifically point the finger at any current politicians, he still delivered a performance which tied very nicely into modern politics.
Put simply consensual non-monogamy (not to be confused with cheating) is the understanding between two people that they accept third parties into their relationship. The ways in which they choose to do this are up to them.
If you are one of those people who say every year that they’re doing dry Jan yet only seem to last until the first trip to the pub, then here are some tips to help you get to the first of Feb without booze.
2017 saw me try and do everything for everyone. 2018? Well this is the year I’m going to stop giving so much of a f**k.
In the wake of all these Hollywood scandals, should we really still be trying to separate the artist from art? If so, then I'm failing miserably.
Harvey Weinstein is the latest in a string of men who have used their power and influence as weapons to prey on others. Weinstein could harass, assault and rape women whilst all the time being protected by the inherently misogynistic system that goes with the lifestyle of the rich and the famous.
Having been to quite a few burlesque performances in my time, I've formed my own opinion on the industry. I don't think that burlesque dancing is inherently anti-feminist, quite the contrary, and here's why: