Social Etiquette

Chivalry Is Dead! Good Manners Shouldn't Be Gender-Specific

Lauren Bravo | Posted 18.03.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Lauren Bravo

However much you dress it up in ideas of gentility and kindness (and a wimple), at the core of the concept is still the idea that women are weaker, and that we need men to lend us that helping hand.

20 Dos and Don'ts for a Downton Lady

The Huffington Post | Sarah O'Meara | Posted 28.09.2012 | UK Lifestyle

Wearing long silky dresses, drinking endless cups of tea and wandering around enormous houses might look easy -- but life for 1920's ladies was far fr...

Top Ten Don'ts of DJing Etiquette

Yousif Nur | Posted 29.08.2012 | UK Entertainment
Yousif Nur

I've been DJing for a number of years mostly in London and sometimes across the country. I meet a number of interesting characters and it's also at times made me gather a large amount of hate I have for mankind. Why? Because I'm convinced that people congregated in one space in a small room make up for what is the opinion of the general public personified.

Is Smiling Socially Unacceptable?

Sorab Shroff | Posted 17.09.2011 | UK
Sorab Shroff

If we lose the joy of smiling in our day to day interactions, we lose a great deal more than a display of our imperfect teeth. We lose the currency to communicate, to express desire, to reassure. So please don't be cool, please smile.