As Shakespeare said, all’s fair in love and war, which must include cheating. Humans weren’t intended to stay in monogamous relationships for as long as we do now. Cheating is natural and inevitable and therefore should not be condemned.
I'm Pakistani and British, I've got a British passport and a Pakistani passport, a British birth certificate and a Pakistani Birth certificate(both saying I was born in Tarbela, which is in the now-notorious Abbottabad district in Pakistan; incidentally it's also the site of the largest dam in the w
Optimism drives success. Believing in a bright future is the first step in its direction.
However the 'pursuit of happiness' rather than just being content is the primary cause of a host of health problems;
ranging from psychological to physical. Believing the everything will always be
To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the creation of the Peoples Republic China has produced a propaganda blockbuster. Most people will avoid a propaganda film however most films made have a point be it promoting Christianity, fighting the trade in blood diamonds, highlighting poverty or interpretin
Facebook, we all know, is the ultimate tool for procrastination, but is it entirely pointless? Don’t we need a period of relaxation in our overly hectic scheduled lives? Or are we all going just a poke too far?
The record shop is dying. More and more people find their musical fill online, without stepping foot in a shop. Independent outlets are closing all the time because people are downloading music, rather than buying the physical products. We cant allow this to carry on.
This week in Sheffield is the showing of the theatre production of Rain Man. The film has a bad press in the autistic community for giving people a stereotype of a person with autism - a secret genius with a hidden gift, but completely inept at everything else - that is inaccurate and widely believe
The more money a sport gains the more it seems to move away from its core values and it seems the more likely there is to be cheats. Of course the more money there is as a reward the greater the incentive is to cheat to get that money. This year there have been numerous cases of cheating being caugh
11th August was the screening and live debate in Sheffield of 'The Yes Men Fix The World', the latest film by the Yes Men (Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno) in which, among other similar stunts, they impersonate the Dow Jones group on national TV and pretend to pay off two billion pounds compensation
Although there are very few successful English managers currently plying their trade in the game, there have been some excellent managers in the past, this debate is designed to argue the pros and cons of the English managerial elite. If one of your favourite managers has not been included, feel fre
Celebrity culture is the usually regarded as the kind of 'cheap' fame that is so ingrained in our current culture. You can become famous for almost anything: singing, acting, even spending a period of time with only a few other people in a locked house. And this kind of 'fame' is what this debate is
Registration for the third World Online Debating Championship will be coming soon, so what better way to shift things up by having a debate about debating as well as some other "sports" (or should they be called games)?! Isn't it time that future Summer Olympics and Paralympics opened themselves up
Belfast is home to some of the most famous political murals in the world, with most depicting some aspect of the conflict between the loyalist and republican factions in Northern Ireland. Almost 2000 murals have been documented in Northern Ireland since the 1970s, and not all are explicitly politica