We do not settle for anything less than perfect anymore: how online dating has turned finding love into window shopping

“Love is not finding the winning lottery ticket, it is accepting imperfections someone might have, willing to step beyond your differences and finding a compromise, it is loving someone regardless.“

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A disappointing journalistic venture – Tucker Carlson interviews Vladimir Putin

As the journalistic world was preparing for the release of the most anticipated interview of the year, Tucker Carlson delivered a linear, submissive and mostly propagandistic interaction with the Russian

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Space Nazis? The problematic use of Nazism in sci-fi media

An alarming trend seems to be taking shape in general science fiction media. Nazis are increasingly normalised as the antagonists in various fantasy and sci-fi settings. Ever since their defeat

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There is not enough political correctness

Cancelled! In an era where social media has become the beacon of vindication in conservatory-leaning circles, buzzwords such as political correctness and cancel culture have become inescapable in shaping the

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Modern day sexism: Jo Koy shocks the world during the Golden Globes

As Hollywood eagerly anticipated the release of the Barbie movie, a storm of controversy has surrounded the film over allegations of embedded sexism within its narrative. The iconic toy’s transition

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A Blinding Spotlight: The Reality of Expectations for South Korean Celebrities

In recent years, South Korean entertainment has tremendously risen in fame, with South Korean music, movies and TV shows quickly becoming internationally known and recognised. This upsurge was not instantaneous

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Disoriented

“His moral and spiritual tradition has disintegrated, and he is now paying the price for this break-up in worldwide disorientation and dissociation.” It was 1964 when Philosopher Carl Jung published

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Did You See the TikTok about Macron?

Do we need to be fluent in memes to keep up with political discourse? Cheese, bread and food in general – the French might be experts in cuisine but what

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Who has the power to t/sell the truth?

How influential leaders bend the rules to their personal advantage… It isn’t everyday that the leader, or in this case former leader, of a nation starts a social media frenzy

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Hiding in plain sight

Is the modern media landscape undermining our ability to detect and punish malicious leaders? “You can fool part of the people some of the time, you can fool some of

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