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INTERNATIONAL WOMAN’S DAY: 19 Year Old Newcastle Student Publishes Debut Poetry Book On Womanhood

A 19-Year-Old Journalism Student at Newcastle University has published her debut poetry book, ‘Cool, Cruel World‘ on Amazon Books, which discusses the ‘melancholia’ behind tragic images of womanhood. The poetry book written by young writer, Iona May Todd, discusses ‘trials and tribulations of femininity, with the themes of growth, freedom, and sexuality, of a woman’sContinue reading “INTERNATIONAL WOMAN’S DAY: 19 Year Old Newcastle Student Publishes Debut Poetry Book On Womanhood”

COVID-19: Pregnant Women Now Allowed A Support Person At Birth, Under New Health Guidelines

After revised guidelines, pregnant women are now allowed a ‘support person’ of their choice at scans, during labour and at birth. Since the pandemic, many pregnant women have been expected to undergo their pregnancy journey alone, though new guidance reports that, “Pregnant women value the support from a partner, relative, friend or other person throughContinue reading “COVID-19: Pregnant Women Now Allowed A Support Person At Birth, Under New Health Guidelines”

‘Home Alone’: Post-Pandemic Loneliness At Christmas, With An 83-Year-Old

As Prime Minister Boris Johnson sticks to UK Christmas rules by instilling a “high degree of personal responsibility” upon his people, the upcoming festive period does not seem as jolly as usual. Home Alone, a Christmas classic, so ludicrously detached from reality, who are we but to laugh all over ourselves at the thought ofContinue reading “‘Home Alone’: Post-Pandemic Loneliness At Christmas, With An 83-Year-Old”

‘Please Eat. Please Don’t Let The Normalisation Of Eating Disorders On Social Media Harm You.’

‘Diet culture managed to manipulate my my tongue, my mouth, stomach and mind. I didn’t even realise’ *TRIGGER WARNING AND CONTENT WARNING – This opinion piece includes discussion of eating disorders and weight loss on apps such as TikTok.* “Stick it down your throat, I’m watching from the bathroom, making sure I don’t choke.” –Continue reading “‘Please Eat. Please Don’t Let The Normalisation Of Eating Disorders On Social Media Harm You.’”

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