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Heroes and villains

Heroes and villains

We seem to have a need to see the world as binary. It’s been debunked many times, but it suits us to see people as straight or gay, law-abiding or...

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Invisible women

Invisible women

Invisible Women by Caroline Criado Perez chronicles in detail the many ways our world is designed by, and for, men. A simple illustration: have you...

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OK Boomer

OK Boomer

The ‘OK Boomer’ retort has apparently been around since early 2018, initially in response to video of an older man accusing Millennials and Gen Z of...

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Philosophy and race

Philosophy and race

In 20th-century pluralist theology, even ‘enlightened’ theologians like Winston L. King could not quite shake their Western assumptions: despite...

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A revealing practice

A revealing practice

‘Gender reveal’ parties – where parents go to sometimes extraordinary lengths to announce the sex of their newly (or soon-to-be) born child – are...

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Anti-Narnia?

Anti-Narnia?

Whether the novels of Philip Pullman’s trilogy His Dark Materials, newly adapted for television, is anti-Christian may have to be resolved in the...

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