There are multiple guys in my life, and I don’t know which one to choose, or if I have to? Please Help! Having so many romantic options you’re finding it difficult to choose is a problem many of us can only dream of being burdened with, but I understand that it could be difficult. You … More Introducing Ms. Margo: The G-You’s Resident Agony Aunt!
This year was the 100th anniversary of women having the right to vote, for most modern females the thought of not having this right seems so far fetched because why should we not? It’s the same as feeling perplexed about the fact that there is still a gender pay gap. Now, there has been progress … More On the Inside, Looking In
International Women’s Day has been acknowledged in some capacity since the early 1900s. Today, it is observed on 8th March, which has been the case since 1913. After a year of global movements to recognise the desperate need for gender equality, most notably #MeToo and #TimesUp, the theme for this year’s IWD is #PressforProgress. Their … More International Women’s Day: The Press for Progress
Over the last couple of months I’ve been quietly observing the fascinating unravelling of massive, hidden networks of sexual violence in the West, just as most of us have. I raised my eyebrows as legendary celebrity names dropped like stones from the untouchable clouds of Hollywood, I cried a little bit when I watched Oprah … More On the Presidents Club Dinner: My Experience in the Hospitality Industry
Scorpio (23rd October – 21st November) November is dominated by the mystical rulings of Scorpio and if you, or indeed someone you love, happens to fall into this particular phase of the zodiac cycle, I strongly advise that you read on. Let’s talk about Halloween. Unless of course you parents hit the jackpot (birthday + … More November Horoscope
Last month, Monalisa Perez fatally shot her partner during a terrible bid for internet fame. This latest tragedy in pursuit of a larger social media following comes at a time where followers, likes, and retweets, are the currency of the online world. From Donald Trump to Monalisa Perez, the obsession over our internet presence is … More Our Deadly Obsession with Our Own Social Media Presence
Ellen Andrew When I applied to study abroad I almost forgot about that fact that I would have to actually physically pack my bags and move to the other side of the world. But here I am, just over a year after I received my nomination from Seoniad at RIO and I am sitting in … More Erasmust: Ellen Andrew