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Thank you Hilary for your voice.

Recently I have written my blogs about how celebrities have the potential to advocate feminism and gender equality. Today I started thinking about how politicians could also advocate feminist beliefs. 490 more words

Just because you can't see it, it doesn't mean it's not there. Depression: Facts and fictions of the silent killer 

As someone who has suffered with mental health problems on and off since the age of thirteen, this is a topic close to my heart. A huge chunk of my growing up was spent feeling angry and confused at the fact that I couldn’t regulate my emotions, and I feel that if the people around me had been more educated on the effects of mental health problems, I probably would have made a much quicker recovery. 1,071 more words

Sound Advice for PhD Students of Ghomeshi-ism

(Note: Jian Ghomeshi was the host of a popular CBC radio program who was recently fired for “inappropriate” behaviour in the workplace. He is facing criminal charges for sexual assault.) 98 more words

Pop culture and decoy women.

I consume very little “news” and am about as far as one can get from “popular culture.” In fact, I don’t even know what this term really means. 979 more words

Aging

The Business of Music Festival - Marketing To The Millennials

It’s Coachella time!!

It’s that time of the year were you start seeing a million pictures of hippie hobo post-spring breakers teenagers and celebrities putting their Coachella costume.  529 more words

Beyond Celebrity Business

Vine and the Future of Celebrity Culture

The emergence of digital spaces have drastically multiplied the places for which a star can be born. Social media in particular has been an avenue for this. 2,484 more words

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Do Celebrities Receive More Recognition and Praise When They Die?

Celebrity is a broad subject which can be studied from many different angles. Celebrities are used for business & marketing purposes, others have their own tribes and cults between fans.  605 more words

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