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Visual Cultures

Everything you need to know about visual cultures. From TikTok influencers and the latest song composed by AI to the new streaming apps and funniest memes, we cover it all. Start your journey into visual cultures by reading about Christian Instagram influencers, adopting your next dog on Zoom and the dark realm of Best Gore.

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Internet culture

Toxic masculinity

By Alma Fabiani

July 8, 2021

Feminist Zine Club: a night of zine-making, reading and poetry with Grrrl founder Lu Williams

By Monica Athnasious

July 6, 2021

What is blackfishing and which celebrities are guilty of it?

By Alma Fabiani

July 6, 2021

Britney Spears is about to officially retire, longtime manager says

By Shannon Flynn

July 5, 2021

Allison Mack sentenced to 3 years and fined $20,000 for NXIVM sex cult scandal

By Jack Ramage

July 3, 2021

Euro 2020: if England gets beaten, so will she

By Emma O'Regan-Reidy

July 2, 2021

What is hyperpop? An introduction to the intoxicating music genre

By Alma Fabiani

July 1, 2021

A complete timeline of the abuse charges made against Bill Cosby

By Alma Fabiani

June 30, 2021

Enter The Dark Room, a sex positive poetry workshop followed by open mic performances

By Monica Athnasious

June 29, 2021

No polyandry under patriarchy: South Africa’s new marriage proposal sparks fury

By Screen Shot

June 29, 2021

5 fun poker games to play online

By Malavika Pradeep

June 28, 2021

HuCow, the lactation fetish imagining women as human cows, as explained by a ‘Dairy Queen’

By Jack Ramage

June 24, 2021

Why do men troll? Unpacking the psychology of online trolling

By Malavika Pradeep

June 21, 2021

Love Island reveals Hugo Hammond as its first ever disabled contestant

By Monica Athnasious

June 21, 2021

WHO tells women of child-bearing ages to not drink alcohol, but what about the men?

By Alma Fabiani

June 20, 2021

Dismantling the history of ‘gossip’ and how misogynistic propaganda made it a malicious thing

By Alma Fabiani

June 19, 2021

White women are fake crying on TikTok and the trend speaks for itself

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