Postpartum Depression is Real

March 27, 2020 Elohor Ishaka 0

Postpartum depression(PPD) is depression experienced by a mother after childbirth, usually due to the combination of hormonal changes, psychological motherhood adjustment and fatigue. This is […]

The struggle for transportation

March 3, 2020 Elohor Ishaka 0

It can be quite a challenge to get around Nigeria. Although transport infrastructure exists and is fairly well built, their overall neglect renders them unreliable. Roads, Nigeria’s main means of transportation, conveys more than […]

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Queerbaiting – The difference between actual representation and capitalizing on it

February 16, 2020 Lea Heming 0

For someone who is part of a minority group like LGBT, seeing themselves being represented in big movie franchises, popular TV series or even music is a great thing. However, often enough we see trailers with hints to queer couples or storylines, just to be disappointed when actually watching the thing. Why do producers use this tactic? And what exactly is the problem with it?

The five stages of Lent

March 6, 2019 Michael Keaveny 0

As the twenty-first century has progressed the Catholic Church’s grasp on the Irish psyche has become increasingly more tentative.  With mass attendances dwindling and the […]