SUZANNE HARRINGTON

SUZANNE HARRINGTON: We are evolving - being vegan has normalised

The first time I met a vegan was in London in the Eighties, when it was still so niche as to be regarded as a kind of gastronomic disability. 

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Put the boot in to fight sexism at work

There is no purpose to a high heel, other than to sexualise, writes Suzanne Harrington

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Donald Trump is a reflection of American capitalist society

Until five minutes ago, if you’d wanted to give yourself a good laugh you could have read a compilation of Donald Trump’s tweets, writes Suzanne Harrington

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Celebrity threesome is a slippery matter

A BANK holiday teaser. If I say to you now, do not, under any circumstances, think about a paddling pool filled with olive oil, what is the first thing you think about? asks Suzanne Harrington

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Making sense of the stats surrounding Prince's death

NOT another one. If you’re still trying to comprehend the idea that David Bowie was not, in fact, a star man made of star dust, but encased in a biodegradable meat sack like the rest of us, then the news of Prince will have felt like a great big purple slap, writes Suzanne Harrington. 

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Trigger warnings are cultural infantilism

Trigger warning: This column contains triggers which may trigger you. Like a faulty gun, you might read this and go off with a loud bang. 

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Owned by pigs, we’re stuck in a pit of snakes

We already knew that bloated corruption and snake-eyed greed has long been the currency which governs us; the Panama leaks were just the proof, writes Suzanne Harrington

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Harebrained misogyny may dump the Trump

HE STARTED off like the drunk guy in the corner at the party, who initially drew your curiosity with his loud obnoxious jokes, writes Suzanne Harrington

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Martin O’Neill’s comments were an ugly blemish on the so-called beautiful game

WHEN our national soccer manager Martin O’Neill was asked if the partners of players would accompany the team to Euro 2016, this is what he said: “Well, it depends on how good looking the girls are. If they are really attractive, they’re very, very welcome. The uglier ones, I’m afraid not.”

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Slipping into something slinky has no place in political commentary

“WHEN Teresa May slipped into her slinky red dress on Wednesday morning, she knew exactly the effect her outfit would have,” wrote somebody in the Daily Mail the other day.

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: My canine companion is a bit too dedicated

Suzanne Harrington writes about her overprotective dog

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: This ‘Japanese joy’ thing is turning out to be... rubbish

A friend says she hasn’t had a man in her bedroom for ages because there’s no space for one. Instead there are cupboards full of remote controls from machines anyone born after 2000 would not recognise, writes Suzanne Harrington

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Gauge humanity by the way we treat refugees

By the time you read this, there will be a new set of the same old wonky, squabbling overlords in place.

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