Fleur Henley

  • July 18, 2017By Fleur Henley

    TW: rape, mutilation, slut shaming, violence, child molestors  I’ve been thinking about a way to start this article for a while now, and so far I’ve come up with nothing. So this is a little bit of a cop out. However to sum up intricately woven literature to an adequate degree is always hard because one

  • June 25, 2017By Fleur Henley

    SPOILERS: For Series 10 Episode 11 “World Enough and Time” In lieu of Doctor Who’s most recent episode, the trope Bury Your Gays has been popping up as an explanation to what went on within the episode. To put it simply, Bill – a lesbian – has been turned into a Cyberman. If you’re unversed in the

  • May 12, 2017By Fleur Henley

    It’s no secret that 13 Reasons Why brings up strong emotions in people. It has professional psychologists, parents and schools weighing in. Hundreds of articles have been written about it and in every lunch break, without fail, you hear it from across the cafeteria. That’s a pretty big reach for one TV show. There is no denying

  • April 19, 2017By Fleur Henley

    Let’s not beat around the bush here, the online book community can sometimes be a terrible group to be a part of. There’s bullying, people denying the need for diversity in books, and a whole lot of insults being thrown around that really don’t lead anywhere. There’s also less harmful things going on, like the increasing

  • April 5, 2017By Fleur Henley

    By now seeing superhero this and superhero that is common place when you switch on your TV. We barely bat an eye at the giant monsters rampaging – but have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes? How are normal people (us) coping in this terrifying world of daily death battles and explosions? Well, the TV

  • April 1, 2017By Fleur Henley

    Beauty and the Beast is a classic. I grew up with it, as I’m sure many others have as well, it was part of my childhood. Now, having watched the newest remake featuring Emma Watson, I’m sure that it’s going to be part of many other people’s childhoods as we can see from the box