For witchy women by witchy women
COVID-19 is a class issue
Sidenote: This article revolves around COVID-19 in the U.K. I understand the privilege that this country has by having free healthcare. In countries like America, the issue is arguably even more grave. I don't feel like I can justifiably comment on that, having never lived without free healthcare.
Is now the time for identity politics?
I am a working-class, northern, female, who attended an academy education. On the other hand, I benefit from the whiteness of my skin, I attended University, I am attracted to the opposite sex, and I am an atheist. This makes me immensely more privileged than a multitude of people.
I can't wait for a slow news day
When I was a journalism student, I was made aware of the term "slow news day". It became a phrase I would dread. Essentially, this meant that your day would be painfully slow, too. It meant you'd have to cover meaningless stories, like one on a swan walking down a road (yes, this once genuinely happened).