The Electrifying Renaissance of Chess
There are more possible chess moves than there are atoms in the universe. For chess is many things...
The valentine’s Day flipside: Breaking Up Bad
This week, routine grocery shopping will be viciously disturbed by buckets of crimson roses, placed to deliberately trip you up at the checkout...
The Dark Side of ‘Work from Home’
It’s 4:30 on a Thursday afternoon. Given the low workload today, you figure why not pour a glass of wine to get you through the last hours...
Uni Leavers: A Very Pandemic Graduation
There are millions of students in the UK, and hundreds of thousands of these make their way onto London’s city campuses each and every Autumn. Excep
Following People on Empty Streets: Stalking in a Pandemic
There are many questions that plague my mind on a daily basis. Why do we never see baby pigeons? Do bald people use shampoo or soap? Do different bree
Filter Faces: The Rise of Non-Surgical Procedures
Jawlines that could cut glass and razor sharp cheekbones. Duck lips, trout pout, fox eyes. The language of cosmetically enhanced procedures is curious
Rebellion & dominance: how to rearrange the furniture when you’re locked up
As humans, we crave change. Whether that be changing your wardrobe, your hair colour, your partner or your job. We run from stagnation and seek out th
Brave New Londnr: Reading for Wellbeing
Welcome back to your life as you never knew it. Welcome back to the 2020s. Welcome to the new year.
Undressing The Mistress: On Other Women & Etymology
This time-old tradition, unsavoury though it may be, has nonetheless given birth to a definite cultural trope: the mistress...
Sisterhood and Solidarity: On Female Friendships
The closest people to you, the ones who had front row seats, as well as your back, are those best friends...