Well. It’s been a while, hasn’t it? You may have noticed that, apart from video posts, I haven’t been posting to this blog as much as usual. Long story short, it turns out that moving continents took a lot more energy than I’d thought it would. Add to that an almost-complete house renovation, internet cut-outs … Continue reading On Sitcoms, Sexism, and Fractured Ankles
I'm really excited to release into the world a video I've been working on for a while - my review of Lana Del Rey's Paradise EP! After my first ever Record Review, of Del Rey's Born To Die, got such a positive response I decided to review another of her album's. I love Lana's work, partly because it … Continue reading Review: Paradise – Lana Del Rey
With my Feminist Society co-founder Margaret Smiley at the rally this weekend.Images via Margaret Smiley and iHollaback This weekend I attended the International Anti-Street Harassment Rally in Washington Square Park, New York, right in the middle of my old neighborhood. The event, hosted by non-profit Hollaback!, was the second annual of its kind, and marked … Continue reading I Holla Back!
It's up! After much trepidation with the YouTube upload process, my first ever record review is officially available for your viewing pleasure! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVMgTa6yUZo And if you'd like to buy a copy of the album yourself (and help support the show <3) you can use my link here: Born To Die [VINYL]
Aside from the fashion and the selfies, last night the 86th Annual Academy Awards had another theme: heroes. The idea of the Oscars having a single “theme” is awkward enough to begin with - you’d think that it being the biggest night in Hollywood would pretty much cover the USP for the evening. But nonetheless, … Continue reading We Need A (S)hero!