“In the field of mental health, the way we think about disease, diagnosis and recovery is still somewhat debated. Notably, the latest edition of the diagnostic and statistical manual, DSM-V, by the American Psychiatric Association, came under heavy criticism when it was released, in part due to its lack of precision when defining many disorders.” … More Making mental health diagnoses clearer by making the logic of diagnosis fuzzier
“Why do you want to work for us?
You have positions available and since the economy’s in the shitter and I’m struggling to pay the rent on my crappy bedsit so some buy-to-let scrounger can go on holiday a few times a year while the rest of the world is told to blame us poor bastards for not working hard enough, I was hoping you’d be empathetic enough to not ask such a stupid question.” … More An honest interview
“I initially wondered whether this was actually some sort of expert trolling, satirising the extreme lefts pandering to the wishes of any potentially oppressed minority but other examples of NUS decisions make it clear that this was all too real.” … More The NUS is an embarrassing representation of higher education
“How did the older generations let this happen and why are we to blame? The cost of living is rising steadily ahead of inflation, minimum wage is far below the living wage and young people can’t get mortgages nor save for deposits because all of our wages go into the pockets of some greedy landlord.” … More The rent is too damn high!