CW: mentions of racism, sexism and transphobia. There are probably millions of people like me here in Britain. Just like […]
CW: mentions of misogyny and gendered violence Lately, I’m finding it hard to talk to men. Reader, can you relate? […]
Content warning: death, grief As the world begins to come out of lockdown, we are all going to have to […]
Student unions are run by previous students or current students of your university. They’re supposed to represent the student body, […]
A year has passed since we tumbled into a series of Lockdowns, stress, collective trauma, job losses, furlough, breakdowns, breakups, distance, loss and grief. But, has there been any light, any hope, any joy?
Generally, ‘womxn’ seems to serve to make cis liberal people feel good about themselves. They will claim that the term […]
I am envious of other women’s heaving cathartic sobs. My cries are rare, and when they occur I feel drained […]
CW: the murder of Sarah Everard, mentions of assault and violence against women, trans, and non-binary people. The disappearance of […]
CW: discussions of rape, abuse, misogyny, hate crime against trans women, and misogynoir When you hear about a woman who […]
CW: Harassment It’s been said before and it will be said again that people are responsible for their own actions. […]
This week Taylor Swift tweeted her frustration at the new Netflix show Ginny & Georgia for what she called “a lazy, deeply sexist joke” […]
CW: mentions of s*icide. The opinions expressed in this piece are those of the writer and do not necessarily reflect […]
CW: homophobia Channel 4’s It’s A Sin hit our screens in late January – a hugely successful mini-series following the […]
CW: references to homophobia. Before we go any further, let me just say: it’s ok if you like Bridgerton. Gorgeous […]
The Barbie I grew up loving, playing with, and being a bit obsessed with is the same Barbie who gave me a whole host of insecurities. I wasn’t thin enough, I wasn’t feminine enough, and I wasn’t pretty enough. Barbie was a doll made up of the social expectations of what women should be.
Breathe. We did it. January is well and truly over, and I think everyone is ready to close the door […]