Politicising the Womb: The Use of Women’s Reproductive Health as a Locus of Political and Religious Discourse

According to a Gallop poll conducted ahead of the 2016 US elections, the numbers of voters for whom the issue of abortion was a key voting factor increased on previous years, with 21% saying that they would only vote for a candidate who shared their own views on the topic, and a further 46% identifying … Continue reading Politicising the Womb: The Use of Women’s Reproductive Health as a Locus of Political and Religious Discourse

“Do The Hustle!” Learning to Sell Myself and My Content

It’s a scary thing, putting yourself out there. You’re a blogger, a writer, an artist, a hopeful freelancer looking to express yourself, garner an audience, get feedback on your work and maybe earn enough money to pay the bills. But you’re also riddled with insecurities; what if no one reads your work or, conversely, what … Continue reading “Do The Hustle!” Learning to Sell Myself and My Content