When you come across a person who creates something so authentic and is so passionate about their craft, it’s hard to not be inspired by that
When is Enough, Truly Enough
Black history month is an annual celebration of black history and a synopsis into the bright future that we as a culture can present. We here at Thought Process, rather to focus on the latter. Often we see white media […]
Today is a day to redefine what it means to be a man
In this article, writer Neasa Gorrell discusses how the implications of Ireland’s misogynistic past are still present in modern Irish Culture as she looks at cases of Revenge Porn, and how the lack of legislation against this form of abuse, enables it to continue with cases occurring as recent as yesterday
In response to the Government’s decision to seal the archives on the Mother and Baby Home investigations, Neasa Gorrell begins her literary series of historical investigation into the many cases of abuse that were committed in the harrowing Church-controlled, but State-funded, institutions that dominated Irish society during the 20th century.
With US President Elect Joe Biden finally receiving the much needed 270 electoral college votes. Alexia Inge reflects on those votes and the troublesome past of the US Electoral College and whether or not its time to dismantle it.
Its Election Day, and Cosima Pellis offers her reflection on the dilemma US citizens face every election; picking the lesser evil.
With the upcoming US election. Rachel Tafoya addresses the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the US presidents decision to elect a controversial figure into her role; who Rachel Tafoya believes will set back the work previously achieved by her predecessor. Is this all a political ploy for the presidents campaign?
Tamilore Awonusi offers a harsh but honest reflection on male attitudes towards sexual assault and how to build on from it.