SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Phones can be used as digital pepper spray

ME TOO. You too. Her too. Us too. And probably all of them over there too as well. Grammar can suffer horribly when trying to make a point about sexual harassment. Seriously though — you too? 

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Harvey getting a grip on himself, not women

Today let us look at the recent statement from a squillionaire Hollywood mogul exposed as a long-term sexual predator.

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Time for Spain to say ‘adios’ to Catalunya

In Catalan, Catalonia is Catalunya. Catalan sounds a lot like Spanish to the casual passerby, with its musicality and rolling rrrrrrrrs, but when you listen, you can hear the differences, writes Suzanne Harrington

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Body of evidence stacks up against The Hef

I don’t know about you, but when a man’s name is preceded by a definite article, it sets off all kinds of alarm bells in my lady brain, writes Suzanne Harrington.

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Outside the Box: Dystopian Ireland of reproductive autonomy

Wow, exciting! An episode of The Handmaid’s Tale is being filmed outside the Dail! Oh hang on. 

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: News cycle leaves plenty in its wake

It’s odd how the news works on our brains. When something is ‘in’ the news, we perceive it as a reality and respond accordingly — especially if it’s dramatic (if it bleeds, it leads) or insane (the current White House).

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Parisian fashion giants call a halt to size zero

Daughter comes home from her first day at fashion school, writes Suzanne Harrington. 

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Hurricane heel Melania puts her foot in it, again

Nothing suggests reassurance like a pair of flimsy shoes that could, in seconds, topple you, snap your ankles, and land you in the shit, writes Suzanne Harrington

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Pound takes a pounding from euro after Brexit

I may have to turn to prostitution to pay off my modest camping holiday. Specialist prostitution catering to those who fancy mature ladies with saggy bits, writes Suzanne Harrington. 

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Likeaholism — the curse of our times

My name’s Suzanne and I’m a likeaholic. I never thought it could happen , but it has. Like street opiates, for years I managed to avoid it — I’ve seen what it has done to others.

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: I just about weathered a hot time with Lucifer

What a relief climate change has been reconfigured as extreme weather by the Trump administration, writes Suzanne Harrington

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Our animal instincts are totally off-kilter

Suzanne Harrington on anthrozoology — the relationship between humans and animals.

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: People’s Republic can shine with Cork Pride

 Driving through Cork city on my way to a yoga studio, there are big colourful signs everywhere. Cork Pride 2017. Wow.

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