Integrity is the moral standing stone of journalism. Without objectivity and validity behind the words of reporters, what are we? As the watchdogs of society, our job is clear: To convey information. When the truthfulness of that information is compromised we lose the trust of the public, the audience who depend on us, and we fail in using our entrusted power for accuracy and credibility. Continue reading “Fake News”
As a young boy researching sex and finding anal bleaching and buttplugs, the Internet only led me down a more confusion-inducing phallic-shaped rabbit hole.
Having been taught in religious schools for the most part of my academic career, I’ve never actually been on the receiving end of a sex education lesson. Not only is this worrisome, as I’m now about to be 17 years old, it’s also eye-opening. Sex has often been a subject matter of taboo within Catholicism. The hush hush culture of it all has had its significant backlash and yet there continues to be an uncomfortably grimacing silence on it. This could lead to the question: How does one openly discuss sex without wanting to shrivel up into a ball of inflamed embarrassment?