If you are lucky enough to avoid the tragedy of a toxic relationship then you will not know what it is like to suffer for loving someone. Through sharing my personal experience maybe then you'll understand what it's like.
If you're a musical nerd like me then it's safe to say you've been to all the productions you can and have a whole Spotify playlist dedicated to your fave musicals. You've seen the memes about the musicals and you've kept up to date with all the actors.
We all do it; the whole of society measures their lives by numbers. The numbers on the scales. The number of people we have sex with. The number of online friends (or enemies) we have. The number that reads on our bank balance. We are all told these numbers matter. We are told if our numbers aren't good enough then we should be ashamed of ourselves, our self worth is worthless.
Self love is the most important love you will ever receive, so why do so many people struggle with this?
The night before results day was a nightmare. I couldn’t sleep, my friends were waking up from actual nightmares, and I realised this day ended a whole era of my life.
In a society that’s becoming more open to the idea of treating women as equals (finally!) and with sexism being slowly eradicated, it is interesting to see the binary opposites in representation of women within the superhero genre compared to men.