Changing Sex on Screen

Contains mentions of sexual, racial, and homophobic violence/discrimination, and spoilers for Bridgerton, I May Destroy You, and It’s a Sin

“I am Speaking!”

Welcome to the Clandestine’s new column, Children of the Patriarchy! Every other Wednesday we will post a column on anything and everything patriarchy related. Whilst most of us are already painfully aware of the patriarchal structure surrounding us, we often do not realise how deeply rooted its effects are. That’s why we are here! Every…

The BBC’s Entanglement With The N-Word

A news outlet as huge as the BBC, whose influence is not only national but worldwide, broadcasted (not once but twice in a week) a white reporter using the N-Word.

Being Non-White at a White University: It’s Time to Decolonise

Sarah Nizarali is a first-year History and Iberian Studies student. She hopes to one day go into post-colonial studies and research the Lusophone and South Asian world. In her free time, she tries to run away from commercialisation, tucking herself into tiny coffee shops, independent films and the mountains. [Featured Image: The Maughan Library’s cream…

Climate Change Movements – Why Are They White Dominated?

Assistant Features Editor Sagal Hassan is an MSc student in Global Affairs and a recent International Relations and History graduate. She is interested in history, international development and politics particularly regarding East Africa and the MENA region. [Featured Image: Extinction Rebellion protestors at a rally with their signature bright green, pink, and white signs.] During…