Tag - Wales

Travel

Rainy Day Retreats

By Harriet Lowbridge
Rainy holidays genuinely suck. You have days planned for sunning yourself on the beach with a good book and suddenly you’re staring out...

Culture Theatre

Review | Hello Cabaret

By Victoria Maria
★★★
It is Friday Night. I pack my bag, get my tickets, try to dress elegantly because I’m about to go to the Cabaret now in Cardiff...

Film & TV

Cymru Mewn Ffilm

With St. David’s Day on the horizon, Quench celebrates the films that perfectly capture the fascinating history, vibrant culture and unique spirit of...

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Has #MeToo finally reached Bollywood?

by Nidhi Pattni
The #MeToo movement in Hollywood started a wave; it shook the industry and brought justice to survivors who had been secretly battling with the...

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Review: The Guilty Feminist

I’m a feminist but…I will not feel guilty
by Molly Govus
he iconic first line of Deborah Frances-White’s podcast The Guilty Feminist never fails to make...

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Ford vs Kavanaugh: What You Need to Know

by Rhiannon Humphreys
The discourse on sexual assault has come to a peak in the past couple of years with the birth of the #MeToo movement in 2017. The ongoing...

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Fitting Into the Feminist Mould

By Samantha Harford
hat does it mean to be a twenty-something feminist in modern society? Eleven-year-old me thought that being feminist meant undertaking some...

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The Bad Feminists

by Lucy Aprahamian
am a proud feminist. However, as I write this, the lady sat at the nearest table in my favourite café pulls a pocket mirror out of her...

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