Animal flair for wild men August - September 2020

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4 min
romantic encounters in the covid era

No one anticipated the widespread effect a disease could have on human life. In all spheres of life, there is no doubt that COVID-19 is changing the rules of the game. Movies such as contagion were seen as science-fiction doing its best version of the apocalypse but now, but now the movie is no longer farfetched. The COVID-19 effect reaches economic spheres, educational spheres, social spheres, and romantic spheres. Human life as we know it has experienced significant changes. The way we meet and socialize is now filled with questions of uncertainty and the need for protection. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on romantic encounters is two-sided. Some romantic relationships have suffered as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. Social distancing rules, closing or partial closing of go-to romantic centers also…

4 min
did quarantine fatten you up? solutions!

The COVID era brought up some measures across the world, examples are total/partial lockdown, quarantining, compulsory use of face masks, regular washing of hands, and use of alcohol-based hand sanitizers. Quarantining specifically was brought up to isolate suspected victims for a certain period to find out their health status, either infected or not. These measures had so many effects on both humans and the economy. The country has spent so much on the health sector for facilities to ease containing the virus, humans too taking the pain of isolation from these families. When quarantining, you stay indoors, maintain proper hygiene, and eat well. You don’t have access to go out, either to your working place or any social functions. This may make you gain more weight; you barely even move freely. You…

7 min
racism breaks out in the united states: is there racism?

1619 is considered by many experts to be the year that slavery began; it began when 20 Africans were brought on the White Lion to the shore of Jamestown. It began when conquests in Africa was at its peak, a time when colonizers sold humans — black African — in a market built solely for that purpose. This slave trade went on for several years, enslaving more than 12.5 million Africans, of which a small percentage landed in the modern-day United States. Fortunately, in 1863, the famous proclamation of Abraham Lincoln, freeing more than 3 million slaves scattered across America. After slavery, it was only natural to hope that a state of equality will emerge. The Africans, who had now grown to be Americans and had grown into communities hoped for…