Bravery can mean a lot of things to different people. It can be something small, like getting out of bed, or even big, like fighting for the rights of another community. This virtue is within us all; it’s in what we do and how we act and how we speak to others and to ourselves.
Author: Nruthya Bobby Johnson
Throwing Out the Distasteful Diet Culture 5 (3)
If you look up the meaning of ‘diet culture’, some of the most common definitions are “a set of beliefs that values thinness and body shape over health and well-being.” Diet culture isn’t about following a particular diet but has more to do with dieting for the sole goal of weight loss. Restricting calories, negative […]
Is Objectification of Human Bodies – Men’s or Women’s – Fair? 4.1 (9)
Objectification broadly means treating a person as an object or commodity without evaluating any other attributes, including someone’s personality. A person’s body and their sexual body parts are viewed as separate from the person. A dehumanising and prevalent societal affair, issues concerning objectification were raised as early as the 1970s, and since then, its repercussions […]