Both of the main political parties in the UK are committed to Brexit – well, sort of. The Tories more so, and I’m a little bit impressed that their pro-Remain MPs have been kept in line.
Monthly Archives: March 2018
In researching this article, I’ve journeyed in to the arse ends of the internet to find out who the hell Count Dankula is. From what I can gather, he’s a “professional shitposter”,
I’m not a fan of the argument that no-one has “the right not to be offended”, mainly because it tends to be weaponised against those we disagree with. “Offence” is one
Well, this is a novelty. I’ve written a few articles about the #MeToo backlash, and by some incredible coincidence that is hardly ever experienced by feminist writers (honestly it literally never
CN: Suicide, Misogyny. I knew that this would happen. Women gaining a voice, swiftly followed by an impassioned plea for them to pipe down for the sake of vulnerable men. Those impudent women, making
There’s an underlying current of hatred and bitterness to Greer’s supposedly feminist teachings. The thing that I think of the most with regard to Germaine Greer is her insistence on imposing
Excerpt: The Ghouls of Oramo
This is an excerpt from the first chapter of my latest story, The ghouls Of Oramo. It’s set in a post-nuclear universe, in a land that was destroyed by atomic bombs.
My finances are in a terrible state. I’m making nowhere near as much as I need to from my writing (yet), and I’m too sick to hold down a job working for someone else. Like a lot of freelancers,
” Godwin’s Law states that as an online argument grows longer and more heated, it becomes increasingly likely that somebody will bring up Adolf Hitler or the Nazis. When such an event occurs,
CN: Discussion of rape culture, and a generous side order of sarcasm. Since the #MeToo movement initially broke, I’ve had time to reflect on my own beliefs and behaviour, and those of the society