Stand Up Magazine spoke to author and sensitivity reader, Claudie Arseneault, on the publishing industry’s battle with aromantic representation. Continue reading For the Love of Books, We Need Stories that Go Beyond Romance and Embrace Aromanticism
Let’s just admit that they’re hell on earth. Continue reading Unis – Can We Please Ditch Group Projects?
Just how have millennials changed higher education in the US? Continue reading The Impact of Millennials’ Manifesto on Higher Education
The Super Bowl is one of the biggest events of the year, but is it losing the sporting element behind pop stars and movie trailers? Continue reading Is the Super Bowl Even a Sporting Event Any More?
Hannah Parker reviews the newest addition to the current Marvel Cinematic Universe… FINALLY! A superhero film with a black character as the main superhero, surrounded by a majority black cast. Let’s be real, we can moan as much as we like about the fact that it’s taken too long, but instead let’s focus on the positive – it’s happened. And the world is more than … Continue reading REVIEW: Black Panther
It’s really not just another day, but a festival of trauma or companionship depending on who you are. Continue reading Why Valentine’s Day is Joy for some and Hell for others
We have Valentine’s day which is all about treating others, but where’s the day to appreciate ourselves? Continue reading We Should Treat Ourselves, Not Others
Not being able to experience romantic attraction doesn’t mean a person is broken, but the stigma around such identities shows that society is damaged. Continue reading I Never Want to Regret My Aromanticism Again
Crash Reel is an honest portrayal of disability, as well as a stunning tribute to activism. Continue reading The Crash Reel is Still One of the Best Winter Sports Documentaries of all Time
In no particular order, we list our top 15 empowering women in TV shows and films of recent year. Continue reading Stand Up’s Top 15 Empowering Women on TV and in Films