Stenhousemuir Ladies back captain after sexist comments

Stenhousemuir captain Nicole McPhee become victim of vile trolling following their match against Rangers in the women’s Scottish Cup on Sunday. Tweets after the game started pouring in from male Rangers fans calling her ‘out of shape’, body shaming her and even saying she ‘doesn’t look like a professional player.’ Unfortunately issues like this are very apparent for women in the public eye, especially in … Continue reading Stenhousemuir Ladies back captain after sexist comments

Scottish Parliament Elections- What You Need To Know Before You Vote

Voting for the Scottish Parliament starts on Thursday the 6th of May and may just be one of the most important elections in recent history. With the fallout of Brexit and Covid-19 to handle as well as a crumbling economy the next party to govern over Scotland will have their work cut out for them. Here is the list of the main parties in Scotland … Continue reading Scottish Parliament Elections- What You Need To Know Before You Vote

How Lil Nas X Challenged Musical Norms With His New Single MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)

Lil Nas X debuted his newest single MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name) and its music video this weekend and it was immediately met with criticism over the religious themes present in his video that clash with the story his song and video is trying to tell. The video follows the story of Lil Nas X playing the role of Adam from the biblical story … Continue reading How Lil Nas X Challenged Musical Norms With His New Single MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)

Ways People Can Show It’s #Notallmen

The death of Sarah Everard has sent shockwaves around the UK. More and more women have came forward with their experiences of street harassment and their stories involving times where someone has made them feel unsafe while walking home. As these stories were being shared so was a new hashtag. #notallmen. As a statement the hashtag itself isn’t one to argue with as it is … Continue reading Ways People Can Show It’s #Notallmen

FILM REVIEW: ‘The Witches of Eastwick’

The Witches of Eastwick is a 1987 film directed by George Miller and Jack Nicholson loosely based off of the book by John Updike. The tale follows three women who unknowingly create a coven when they share fantasies about their ideal man. This leads a mysterious man into town who turns out to be the devil. He, in turn, seduces the three women and they become the talk of the town. Continue reading FILM REVIEW: ‘The Witches of Eastwick’