Culture & Society


colorism – another bias that contributes to social inequality

Lets start this article with a little flashback in history: The Paper Bag Test The test is a form of racial discrimination, which compared an individual’s skin tone to the colour of a brown paper bag. It discriminated those whose skin was darker than the brown paper bag by holding […]


coffee shops

Coffee Shops We Have and Coffee Shops We Need

Cafés and coffee shops nowadays offer much more than just coffee and are designed to meet our needs: they offer Wi-Fi and snacks, have big comfy couches, … Together with co-working spaces, coffee shops are among the most popular places for working, studying and socializing. With the growing number of entrepreneurs […]


Tech, trust and the media: Three questions to answer by 2029

The end of trust: What are the fundamental questions that need to be answered within the next decade so that humanity and technology can grow side by side? A talk with Ethan Zuckerman. “How do we trigger social change? Through law, markets, norms and code,” Ethan Zuckerman stated in his […]


A kiss with a fist – about domestic violence and art

Due to the World Women’s Day on March 8, the whole month seems to be under the theme of emancipation, women and feminism. The perfect opportunity to highlight an extraordinary female photographer – Nan Goldin – who in turn places a very important and sensible topic in the foreground: domestic […]


How to compliment a woman in the 21st century

Remember those ugly days in history when a woman’s only value was her beauty? Fast forward to 2019… and we still didn’t get more creative in the way we compliment women: “You’re beautiful” is still the most common compliment women get all around the world. So? What’s wrong with that? […]


When men talk about no woman’s land

Dear men, You will find numerous letters from feminists addressed to men out there, but this was never supposed to be one of them. First, I want to apologize to those of you who want to fight for gender equality but do not know how. Who do not identify with […]