Despite what the headlines tell us, the world is a fine place. We understand this once we drag ourselves off the news cycle.
Recently, Jordan Peterson appeared at TEDx to give his thoughts on political correctness. As he undoes his own logic, I did my best to make sense of it.
The lofty expectations that modern culture seemingly affords often only ends in disappointment, but a slight change in thinking can lead to a more pleasant experience.
With Morrissey set to play in my hometown, that’s a problem. I love his music, but the man himself, not so much. Can you admire someone you dislike?
While it’s easy to criticise Germaine Greer and support Caitlyn Jenner, the real issue is far more complicated.
I’ve been in an online relationship for years, but I’ve met someone else. Do I give up my real relationship for something real?
A Writer explains how a lifetime of lying bagged him his dream job, he then asks if a lie is the least harmful option, is it still wrong?
With the sale of news parody website The Onion this week, Jordan King-Lacroix explains why the joke is now on us.
Michael Burrill has come to realise that the difference between an idealist and a cynic is a savage beating by good ole reality… is that too cynical? Or is he just being realistic?