Why Sex and The City will always be relevant

Sex and The City first aired in 1998, a timeless show about four women living in New York. The four main characters represent four different archetypes of women. They are strong, smart and successful women. When the show first surfaced, it created a new definition for the word “women”. The show surrounded their lives and their […]

Top five books and films that I discovered in 2014

This year was a big year for films, two of my favourite books were made into films, I anticipated for a while as I am always weary when books that I’ve fallen in love with are made into a film. I now tend to view them as two different things that have a similar storyline […]

Great expectations?

Emma Watson has shown this week that she is an inspiration for all. She recently gave an eloquent speech at the UN women HeForShe launch campaign which inevitably went viral as her words spoke the thoughts of many men and women around the world. She talks about how the word “feminism” is frequently used incorrectly and women are […]

Women’s right to say no

“Men are afraid that women will laugh at them. Women are afraid that men will kill them.” ― Margaret Atwood On May 23rd, 2014 the Isla Vista killings occurred in California. Elliot Rodgers a 22 year old planned to enter a sorority house in UCSB, all because women weren’t showing him sexual attention and were […]