Internet Nuggets: Angelina Jolie the inspiration, Women’s body hair & Introverts

A lot is happening in the world, all the time.

Here are some entertaining snippets of some of those happenings – may April bring us many more.


Anais Charles recently wrote a personal piece of insight into social stigma surrounding women and body hair, with empowering photography intertwined in the text. Anais Charles: Shame & Women’s Body Hair.

If you dig music written in the minor key with synth sounds and a brooding vocal, Depeche Mode’s classic album Violator is for you.

I have adored Angelina Jolie since I was a young girl for her individuality, compassion and beauty. An ambassador for women and self-expression, she’s now written an open letter to explain her choice to remove female body parts so other women feel no shame in bold self-care.

Maleficent is a wonderful film that saw her excel in the lead role. During her speech at the Kids’ Choice awards, she advocated self-expression by telling everybody that Different is Good.

Jurassic Park & Lego in one sweet fusion. That is all.

More music talk. This time it’s about Manchester’s indie legends James. Brian Eno produced the 1993 album Laid

Graduates are offered a surplus of Sales jobs but can introversion and cold-calling co-exist happily?

Alongside all of this Spring goodness, March has also told us a sombre tale: The end of One Direction as a 5-piece following Zayn Malik’s departure. Solo material is on the way but I predict a modelling contract will be signed within 6 months and he will be the new ‘face’ of the infamous Calvin Klein adverts. The future is bright.

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Author: Madie_H

Article themes: feminism, music, self-improvement, Buffy, astrology, humour and critical analysis. I'm also partial to making lists and giving advice so look out for many How-to life hacks too! Love Madie. https://popculturepartywarrior.wordpress.com/

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