The concept of outrage culture has firmly taken root, but can positives be wrung from it or has the argument just got louder?
Last year, we took down Ross Geller from Friends and Ian Fleming’s 007. I’ve discovered three more that grate modern sensibilities.
According to a new study, the outrage we feel when we read something narrows not only our vision but also our mental scope, as the brain donates its function solely to the offending word. Moist.
Advertising brands deserting Alan Jones should be met with suspicion. These brands knew his, and the volume of their sudden shock should ring hollow.
2018 was a year of excess. In fact, there were many times when I thought the world had completely lost the plot. But there are important lessons amongst the wreckage.