Emma Wilkes

Do we need sex scenes on TV?

Emma Wilkes weighs in on the discussion concerning TV sex scenes: believing that they're crucial in diminishing the stigma regarding all forms of sex, and that the current steps made in presenting sex on TV have the potential to do sex justice in the near future.
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Posted Feb. 25, 2021

In defence of Zoella’s sex toy content

AQA is an organisation best known for causing teenagers overwhelming stress (in other words, providing GCSEs and A-Levels) and, more recently, for their heroic efforts to protect said teenagers from knowing that vibrators exist. Students taking AQA’s GCSE course in Media Studies have had to study Zoella’s YouTube, Twitter and...
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Posted Feb. 11, 2021

Should exams be abolished?

For young people, exams, like death and taxes, were once certainties of life. That was the case, at least, in a society that couldn’t have imagined a pandemic shutting it down and forcing it to adapt as radically as it has. The alterations coronavirus has forced us to make have...
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Posted Feb. 8, 2021