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Love, Quinch: Love Letters in a Cupcake

Love, Quinch: Love Letters in a Cupcake

In all of its cream-frosted and gold-leafed glory, Love, Quinch is run by 23-year-old Quincherville Villaneuva, a pastry chef who bakes delicious treats from her home in Quezon City. With its edible decorations and aesthetic branding, it definitely succeeds in standing out from the other

The Four Waves of Feminism

The Four Waves of Feminism

One thing’s for sure: feminism is here to stay. However, our era of feminism is built on the progress achieved by the generations of women who came before us. The movement started at a time when the rights of a woman — let alone what

Is Work-Life Balance Actually Achievable?

Is Work-Life Balance Actually Achievable?

Ask most companies, and they’ll tell you that the term “work-life balance” is a myth. To them, the ideal scenario is you working beyond what’s most likely a nine-to-five job even at the expense of your family, your friends, and yourself. The belief that we

The Paradox of the All-Girls School

The Paradox of the All-Girls School

TRIGGER WARNING: The article frequently mentions sexual harassment, pedophilia, and abuse of authority which may be distressing to some readers. “I placed my daughter in an all-girls school for many reasons. I liked the school’s curriculum and that it was very near home. What other

We Need Bayanihan More Than Ever

We Need Bayanihan More Than Ever

This pandemic is boring. You can’t go out, the government says. You want to see your friends, watch a movie, and do all of the things you can only do in the summer. Even when the lockdowns were loosened, what was the point? Most of

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