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Article by Amie O’Shea, Deakin University Review: Thomas Banks’ Quest for Love, directed by Pip Kelly In Thomas Banks’ Quest for Love, Banks — a writer and comedian with cerebral palsy — addresses the additional taboos experienced by people with disabilities with diverse sexual identities. The son of sheep farmers in
Article by Treena Orchard, Western University and Shauna Burke, Western University In Lewis Carroll’s Victorian classic Through the Looking-Glass, Alice steps through a mirror into a world that is a reflection of the one she already exists in. This fictional account of a familiar yet topsy-turvy reality resonates with our lived
Article by Annika Hagley, Roger Williams University and Michael Harrison, San Diego Mesa College The release of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 came in the middle of a slate of superheroic movies including Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: Winter Soldier, and the second in a series of X-Men prequels. Expectations for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 were
Article by Francesca Solmi, UCL and Praveetha Patalay, UCL The proportion of teenagers who are overweight or obese has risen over the past 30 years. In parallel, there has been an increase in societal focus on weight loss and dieting – namely in the form of “anti-obesity” public health campaigns,
Article by Kelsy Burke, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Many headlines in the past week have speculated publicly on the sex lives of Jerry Falwell Jr. and his wife Becki Falwell. While both Falwells have told the press that the scandal is, more or less, all Becki’s fault an investigative report in Reuters alleges that Falwell Jr.