Interview – Lydia Higginson

Lydia Higginson talks being on tour with her best friends, finding herself in fashion and why sewing has blown up

Culture

What Are Deep Fakes and How to Protect Yourself

Habiba Katsha explores the danger of deep fakes

By Habiba Katsha
November 23, 2020

Pleasure , Sex & Relationships

How COVID19 Has Changed Hook-Up Culture

Izzy Copestake explores the new rules of dating in her monthly series "An Ode To A Commitment-Phobe"

By Izzy Copestake
November 20, 2020

Pleasure , Sex & Relationships

British Muslim Women On The Moment They Dissociated Shame From Sex

"If shame is the middleman when it comes to sex, control is what manifests instead"

By Tahmina Begum
November 17, 2020

Current Affairs , Power

Police Brutality Is A Global Issue So Why Don’t Non-Black People Care About #EndSars

"If Black lives are truly important to you, your support shouldn’t end when state violence happens outside of America"

By Habiba Katsha
November 16, 2020

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Diana’s Power Must Not Be Diminished

This past week has brought Princess Diana, and the men and institutions who abused her, back into the spotlight

Mind & Body , Self

Being Vulnerable Makes Me Feel Afraid

Kaitlyn McQuin explores past lovers, leaning into fear, and the moment when she embraced vulnerability

By Kaitlyn McQuin
November 11, 2020

Power , Work

In The Age Of #GirlBoss, Do All Women Need To Be Ambitious?

Shahed Ezaydi explores what ambition *really* means

By Shahed Ezaydi
November 10, 2020

Mind & Body , Self

Feeling Low About The Lockdown?

As we enter lockdown 2.0, here’s some advice for mental wellbeing

By Charlotte Moore
November 9, 2020

Current Affairs , Power

Welcome to the New United States of America

President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris defeat Trump in historical U.S. Presidential Election.

By Kaitlyn McQuin
November 7, 2020

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Self Care for a Tough Week

With the U.S. election night turning into a too close to call election week, and the U.K. re-entering lockdown, we

Current Affairs , Power

It’s Election Day, and Tensions are High

We hear from U.S. voters on how they’re feeling during the most crucial election in history

By Kaitlyn McQuin
November 3, 2020

Work

How To Cope With Job Application Burnout

As the pandemic causes youth unemployment to skyrocket, more and more young people are struggling with job application burnout

By Serena Smith
November 2, 2020

Current Affairs

Judge Amy Coney Barrett Isn’t A Step Forward For Women

How the confirmation of ACB puts American lives (and democracy) at stake

By Kaitlyn McQuin
November 1, 2020

Culture

In Defense of Watching Escapist TV

Alya Mooro has some *thoughts* on everyone's favorite hate watch, 'Emily in Paris'

By Alya Mooro
October 31, 2020

The Quarantine Graduate’s Guide to Getting a Job

Sex & Relationships

Date Night in Quarantine

Keeping the magic alive while stuck home together 24/7 isn’t easy, but it is possible, argues Nova Reid

By Nova Reid
April 10, 2020

Obsessions

Easy Isolation Meals

Bre Graham gives us two of her favourite recipes - made entirely of your tin cupboard

By Bre Graham
March 30, 2020

Mind & Body

Pregnancy in a Pandemic

We’re all feeling anxious right now. But for Hattie Gladwell, pregnancy is adding an extra level of vulnerability during the coronavirus lockdown

By Hattie Gladwell
March 29, 2020

Sex & Relationships

Date Night in Quarantine

Keeping the magic alive while stuck home together 24/7 isn’t easy, but it is possible, argues Nova Reid

By Nova Reid
April 10, 2020