Charlie Morley tours the U.K and world running lucid dream workshops. His background is in Buddhism and is one of the leading experts in…Read More
This ex-porn star has made it her mission to reveal the dramatic harm porn executes in society. She hopes that exposing the perversion, cruelty…Read More
The first official Warcraft wedding dates back to 2006 and since then, thousands of couples have met each other in the world of Azeroth…Read More
Harry Potter is a household name and favourite children’s tale for many, but not all. One father we interviewed contends it is a glamorization…Read More
Christmas for many is a great holiday and a time for family, tradition and gift-giving. We, however found an individual with radically different views…Read More
Why Human Rights Really Do Matter You hear human rights here, human rights there, human rights anywhere you go. We hear and read human…Read More
After several cases of child abuse within the Catholic Church, we had a chat with an atheist about his feelings on the subject. It…Read More
Adult baptism is a controversial topic, even among Christians. A young international woman in Berlin, raised by an atheist family, in a relatively faithless…Read More
Sensa Nostra spoke with a self-proclaimed feminist, who believes that it’s women working for women’s magazines that are a more pernicious force against women…Read More
You can change your life in an instant. All you have to do is begin.
The Zeitgeist movement has gained attention over the last few years in particular with the film ‘Zeitgeist: The Movie’. According to an anonymous television superstar, the Zeitgeist movement could lead our polluted society to prosperity, taking down moral wrong-doing as well as corporate and institutionally calculated austerity. We had one man discuss what Zeitgeist means to him and why he claims there is at least one message Zeitgeist puts forward that everyone should adhere to.Read More
Grafitti is originally an ancient form of artwork that has evolved into a modern way to spend tax dollars on building repair. For some,…Read More
A second generation immigrant, living in the UK, finds herself in conflict between the socialized values of the street and those at home. She…Read More
China: You can do what you like, as long as you do as you are told.
The Communist Party of China: a name that is often followed by headlines about human rights abuse, economic might and questionable politics. But it’s not all doom and gloom apparently. Here a Chinese studies student who lived and studied in China for a year discuss the positive side of the Chinese communist party. Showing what the Communist party have achieved for China and the reasons for their actions.Read More