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Gender Quotas, #WakingTheFeminists, And The Fact That I’m The Best Writer In The World

I’m better than her. And her. And her. And her and her and her. I’m better than her at writing. I’m better than she’ll ever be. I’m better than him too, by the by. My BAME counter-part, my physically and … Continue reading

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“Five Women” – A Play

I was approached some time ago to write a piece for Action Aid Ireland, centring around their ‘Safe Cities’ campaign which aims to make cities free from sexual harassment and sexual violence. The piece below is a recording taken from … Continue reading

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“I Do” – A Film

A brief piece I wrote in the run up to the – thankfully successful — Irish marriage equality referendum. Warning: may contain rage.

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Facts Aren’t Fair

I was reading an interview with Aaron Sorkin a few days ago where he discussed his upcoming – and, personally, eagerly anticipated – show The Newsroom. He was talking about how the news works now as opposed to in the … Continue reading

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The Blaxploitation Of Kevin Myers

Below is a rewrite of the Kevin Myers article which appeared in today’s Irish Independent. I have merely substituted the word “black” for “gay” (or variations thereof) to give an idea of how ridiculous his views are. I’ve also used … Continue reading

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