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Bite Bite Size Bulletin: Beyoncé On Representation

11 December 2019

Your weekly Bite-Size Bulletin is here with all the goss on some of the most talked-about news that dropped this past week. 

Harry Styles on fading gender norms 

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Harry Styles is definitely one of the most stylish celebrities out there and he’s not afraid to embrace both the masculine and more feminine sides of himself. Whether it’s through his music, performances, fashion and personality, he talks about how gender is increasingly fluid. Recently he revealed for him “the parameters are no longer as strict as before and it gives rise to great freedom. It’s stimulating’.’ Just when we thought we couldn’t love him more.

Why are we so obsessed with True Crime? 

In a recent article in Vogue, writer Meg Mason picked apart the reasons why women, in particular, are so obsessed with true crime podcasts and documentaries. On Apple’s most downloaded list of podcasts, 6 out of the 10 shows fall into the true crime category. Psychologist Amanda Vicary says the reason is the fear we feel fuelled by these gruesome tales. Feeling fearful is a strong emotion and it also makes our imagination run wild. We can’t help but ask ourselves, what would we do? Since the majority of victims are female, we become attached and are swept up in the investigation. 

Beyonce on female representation in the entertainment industry 

Did you know that Beyonce has her own entertainment company called Parkwood Entertainment? It’s not surprising, she is one of the highest-paid musicians in the world. Obviously, she knows a hell of a lot about the industry. In an interview with Elle, she opened up on how she felt underrepresented in pop culture and how this is problematic to the African American community. She said “[I’ve] made it a mission to use my art to show the style, elegance and attraction in men and women of colour”. Yes, Queen Bey!

News wrapped by Tamara Bose