August 11, 2020

‘No’ to Skin Lightening and ‘Yes’ to Self-Love

Skin lightening is a well-known phenomenon that’s been around for many decades. As years have gone by, skin bleaching turned into its own industry, taking the […]
August 10, 2020

How to become an ally and understand white privilege from your sofa

Black Likes Matter may not be trending anymore but Black Lives still matter. Racism, inequality and discrimination still exist in this world and it is not […]
July 24, 2020

Should we ‘cancel’ cancel culture?

Social media has undeniably become an integral part of society, particularly amongst young people. The introduction of new apps throughout the years has given people a […]
July 23, 2020

Pose – A revolutionary, bold Netflix must-watch [@PoseFX]

Last week I finished watching Netflix’s most recent series ‘Pose’ – a captivating, unique, and thought-provoking creation that really moved me to my core and left […]
July 23, 2020

Resilience and Racial Injustice

We cannot shroud the pain, fear, and PTSD in a cloak of resilience. It is like giving a dilapidated building a new lick of paint, beautifying […]
June 29, 2020

As Society Slowly Reopens, How Can I Gently Work Through Social Anxiety?

It’s no surprise that this article was difficult to write simply because of the swelling heat we are experiencing in the UK currently. My mind is […]
June 23, 2020

Yemen – the worst humanitarian crisis with the least media coverage

Recently, I’ve come across a thought-provoking tweet, which made me question whether we, as humanity, are really winning our fight for human rights and focusing on […]
May 26, 2020

A thought on Capitalism..

It’s not unusual for someone of my age to dedicate a generous portion of one’s thoughts to anxieties about future career, ambitions etcetera. But after spending […]
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