she says, she has noticed a rise in the number of straight girls coming on to her in the past year. "It seems like the wild thing to do because it's more talked about." She thinks it's partly about "women allowing one another to be sexual beings rather than seeing other women as a threat". In some ways, this is one of the unexpected boons to have come out of feminism. (Theobold, 2013).
What Welby doesn't appear to realise is that the cross has more meaning now than it ever has done, thanks, in part, to its rehabilitation at the hands of what he calls "fashion", but what is actually just habit and custom. For many, the cross is a piece of jewellery you don't take off, rather than a trend. (Walker, 2013).
Sure, Katniss is an idealised fantasy anti-authoriatarian heroine. She is also confused, stubborn and vulnerable. What she isn't is either "girly" or interested in riches. She makes her bow and arrows to bring down the system. Nothing is said about gender. She is taller than one of her partners and it's her physical and mental prowess that we root for. (Moore, 2013f).
H&M said: "We are willing to pay more so that the supplier can pay higher wages. It is a collaboration between H&M and our suppliers." (Farrell, 2013).
Reeks is polishing her third book in between lectures. (Morris, 2013a).
Quite how the fashion for festive jumpers once only seen on the likes of bygone crooners such as Val Doonican and Bing Crosby took hold is not clear.
Anna Home, a contemporary of Baxter's and a former head of the BBC children's television department, says few women at the time would have thought of men's behaviour as sexist. "We sort of expected it," she remembers. "At the time it was quite an achievement to get into university, not just the BBC." When Baxter went to Durham University only 6% of the students were women.
What is striking is that any attempt to give young people autonomy is always rubbished. We didn't have a proper debate about lowering the age of consent because – pass the smelling salts – there is too much sex on the internet. Other countries manage to have both lower teen pregnancy rates and lower ages of consent, but the British are actively hostile towards young people. (Moore, 2013e).
One of the leaders in medical humanities is Imperial College, London, which introduces poetry, music and art to medical students in the second and fourth years, with an option of studying for a BSc in medical humanities – a degree that looks at medicine as an art, rather than a science and incorportes visits to galleries, film viewings and allows students to create their own piece of performance or artwork.
"This is history: if you start painting it out or get rid of it you're deceiving people about what views were prevalent in the 1930s.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.