From social media trends to TV reboots and ugly shoes, the trends of the 2010s were full of questionable ideas and purchases
Its a truth universally acknowledged that everyone loves horoscopes except straight white dudes and me. But can we all just admit its a drag? Mercury being in retrograde is not why you were late to work this morning.
You may have thought we were long past the days when magazines had resident astrologers but astrology has been growing in popularity over the last decade, hitting peak superstition in the last few years.
People give varied explanations for their rise. Some say young people, bereft of hope, are turning to spirituality to feel good again. The result? People now post flatshare adverts excluding people based on their star-sign; were not far from birth charts being used in interviews; and can we all please stop slut-shaming Sagittariuses? (I mean it! Zodiac-shaming is a thing!)
In the next decade, lets put horoscope back in the dark ages where they belong. PN