Written by Jem Wilcox With the recent introduction of the eco-friendly Extreme E championship, the question raised is whether any racing series can be truly environmental. This month saw the long-anticipated arrival of the Extreme E race series, a motorsport championship that aims to raise awareness of various threats to the environment. Five locations across… Read More Can motorsport ever be truly environmental?
Written by Charlie Elizabeth Culverhouse The best form of self-defence is to avoid danger at all costs, but the reality is this is not always an option for women today. The danger is not the stranger lurking in the alley or the weirdo in the parking lot anymore, it could be anyone, anywhere, at any… Read More Protection On Paper Vs Protection In Practice: The Pepper Spray Argument
Written by Tammie Ash What do you think when you hear ‘Bradford’? Curry? Comparisons to Leeds? That’s what I hear the most. But this city that started off as a little Saxon settlement back in 1086 (back then, named “Bradeford”) has more to it than you might realise. Here are some snippets of Bradford’s history:… Read More A History of Bradford
Written by Amy Britton In the middle of the #MeToo movement, Cho Namjoo released the feminist novel, Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982. The novel follows the story of Kim Jiyoung, an average Korean woman, who lives an incredibly ordinary life. Cho tackles the issue of misogyny in Korea and many of the experiences that women all… Read More Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982 is the feminist novel that we need today