Euthanasia is naturally a sensitive and loaded subject. But maybe we don’t talk about it as often as we should because of that.
Punishment is one of our key tools to deter people from committing crimes. But does it actually work? Or should we turn to a better approach?
We try to put up a brave face and show the world that we’re tough. We’re always trying to be strong. But here’s my advice: stop it right now.
Askers just ask, and are willing to accept a no. Guessers have a slightly more complicated process. But which is better, Ask or Guess Culture?
The consequences of homophobia still impact many people’s lives, mental wellbeing, and even their safety. It’s time we put an end to it.
Staying productive is hard if you have ADHD. Also if you don’t! I’m giving you my top 5 ADHD productivity tips to help you get stuff done.
You might be wondering why gender neutrality is suddenly becoming such an important concept. You might wonder why it matters what color toys and children’s clothing have. Or you might wonder what gender neutrality even really means. Wonder no more, I’m here to explain it all.
If you’re like me, you grew up thinking that hunger was the world’s biggest food-related crisis. But as it turns out, obesity is a far bigger threat to worldwide public health than hunger. So what’s behind it? And how did it get this far?
ADHD is probably not what you think. And that’s understandable, since most of the issues ADHD people face aren’t directly visible, or even known as ADHD symptoms to most people. So let me take the time to change that, and let people know what it can really be like to have ADHD, and why you can’t sum it up with getting distracted easily and being hyperactive. It’s so, so much more than that, and it’s so much harder to live with than it sounds.
The tensions in discourse about COVID-19 on social media are rising to an all-time high. While we should be taking care of each other and combatting the virus together, there’s a clear split between those who take the threat seriously, and those who deny that the virus is still a problem and call our safety measures nonsense. While that divide is already interesting in and of itself, I noticed that it tells us something very poignant about our society.