Controversial

We Must Protect Freedom of Speech, Student Safety is Not at Risk

Hallam Roffey | Posted 23.02.2016 | UK Universities & Education
Hallam Roffey

Brookes ends his article reminding the reader that 'This isn't about 'banning people we don't like, it's about keeping fascists off campus'. This sounds an awful lot like it's about banning people you don't like. Overall, his view is discouraging. The nonsense of safe spaces is becoming exhausting. Students are more than capable of listening to a fascist and defeating their arguments publically. Give students more credit, you're underrating them.

On Raising Limitless Children

Tanita Taylor | Posted 22.02.2016 | UK Parents
Tanita Taylor

I believe that limitations are self-created through fear. In order to grow and evolve we need to let go of this fear that we hold onto. I have found as I have let go of my fears I have stopped putting them on my children.

God, Romance and Christopher Nolan or: Blinded by the Light

Stuart Laws | Posted 31.03.2015 | UK Comedy
Stuart Laws

Religious texts are absolutely wide-open to interpretation, and for books that claim to contain the word of god, that is a potentially dangerous situation.

The Rebellious Pop Artist: Ben Levy

Kate Lawson | Posted 10.02.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Kate Lawson

Taking that aesthetic and fusing it with some of the world's most celebrated and iconic celebrities from politics, music, fashion and film, is London-based artist Ben Levy - a rising talent on the commercial art scene, presenting his vision of pop culture with an urban twist.

Juergen Teller Brings Kate Moss in a Wheelbarrow to London's ICA

Kate Lawson | Posted 19.03.2013 | UK Style
Kate Lawson

Juergen Teller's shockingly stark and no-holds-barred approach to photography has made him one of the most iconic lensman in the fashion industry today.

REVIEW: Philippe Shangti 'From Saint Tropez to London'

Kate Lawson | Posted 20.01.2013 | Home
Kate Lawson

Shangti's work aims to be erotic, but in handing it ('it' meaning sex) to us all on a visual plate, it loses a lot of the evocative and daring side of presenting the sexualised female form on camera.

Fifty Shades of *Ahem*

Caroline Kelsey | Posted 23.07.2012 | Home
Caroline Kelsey

We can thank D.H. Lawrence and Penguin for not only the having the confidence to publish Lady Chatterley's Lover but for fighting the battle to prevent this book from being banned. So why are we still embarrassed to be seen reading novels that are, shall we say, risqué?! And why, are we defining such novels as 'risqué' when in fact sex is perfectly natural?

PHOTOS: Feminists Protest Against 'Dehumanising' Miss World 2011

Huffington Post UK | Felicity Morse | Posted 07.01.2012 | UK

Feminists were out in force protesting as the Miss World final 2011 took place on Sunday night, pledging support to a 40-year-old campaign against the...