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Dating Apps: the positive and negatives when it comes to the world of online dating

Emma Whitney explores the conflicting feelings that arise from using popular dating apps

I hate online dating. I do not believe that there is anything more soul-crushing than swiping, swiping, swiping, becoming more and more dejected in your search to find The One. Or in some cases, company for the night. Conversations on …

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The seven types of love: ‘Everything I Know About Love’

Three Trinity students kick off a series on the different types of love through the work of Dolly Alderton

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In the Greek language, there are seven different words for the concept of love. Something about that in itself is so poetic; there are so many ways to feel love that they couldn’t contain it in one word. 

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A Freshers’ Freedom

Emma Gallagher examines the many friendships of Freshers’ Week

Freshers is one of the most important weeks in the social calendar of any student; every day of your Freshers experience feels like you’re meeting more people than would fill your home town. It can be daunting or exciting, or

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Things that make you go Oh!

Anna Lyons unpacks the truth behind the female orgasm

An orgasm is the moment during sexual activity when feelings of sexual pleasure are at their strongest. While we can put a dictionary definition on the term orgasm, an abundance of questions still remain: How does someone know when they’ve

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Unlearning unhelpful lessons on female pleasure

Ella McGill addresses the harmful and internalised aspects regarding sex that are so commonly taught through patriarchal structures

Pleasure for people with vulvas is often misrepresented in the mainstream, leading us to internalise a lot of unhelpful lessons about our bodies. Most of us have to spend time unlearning those lessons, much to the detriment of our collective