History’s most dangerous fashion and beauty trends

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A 1862 cartoon titled “The Arsenic Waltz” alluding to the use of arsenic in dresses and artificial flowers. (Source: National Geography)

There is no beauty without pain

1. Corsets


This is the year of finding hope in Christ.

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Photo by Nathan Dumlao on Unsplash


Trigger Warning: buck breaking may have been the worst form of punishment

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Drawing of enslaved men being flogged in front of their children (Source: Wikipedia)

What is buck breaking?


Animal Advocacy

The correlation is shockingly positive

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Photo by Archie Fantom on Unsplash

1. Elephants mourn their dead


The spooky London Necropolis Railway

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The Westminster Bridge Road entrance to the first London Necropolis terminus (Source: Wikipedia).

How on earth was a train for the dead able to garner such popularity?

Why was the London Necropolis Railway introduced?


Observations from an African

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Photo by Library of Congress on Unsplash

As Africans, we often joke about how our politicians will promise to build bridges in communities that don’t even have rivers.

  • African politicians are synonymous…


Dealing with the emotions of a relationship that ended before it even began.

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Photo by Allan Filipe Santos Dias on Unsplash


A dive into Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s fourteen thousand dollar wardrobe

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December 2020 issue of Vanity Fair with AOC on the cover


Everything you need to know about the 13-day metabolism diet

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Photo by Gordon Cowie on Unsplash


How the pandemic impacted my relationship with money

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Photo by Kunj Parekh on Unsplash

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