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In this personal essay, Sophie Wilson expands on the pressures we put on ourselves during Covid-19 to "better ourselves" and why this is a damaging rhetoric.
Kathryn Creith explores the toxic relationship between mental health and "social" media and how this has worsened during lockdown. How can we change bad habits into healthy screen-time?
Rashida Campbell-Allen shares her poem and thoughts to provoke conversations around mental health amongst Black British women.
Women have done more childcare duties during lockdown, meaning they are doing more unpaid work. The Young Women's Trust is calling on the government to leave #NoYoungWomanBehind.
Catherine Entwistle is currently prioritising her career over a relationship. She explains why it's time to rewrite an outdated narrative.
Boris Johnson has announced he will introduce calorie counting onto restaurant menus. But what does this mean for those with eating disorders? Emmanuelle Gammage explains the damage.
The modelling industry is notoriously under-representative. But could there be change in the air? How do companies avoid tokenism?
Drs Ivana Ebel and Gabrielle Bittelbrun attended Newcastle University to give their talk "(Re)presenting cover girls" last Tuesday.
In this video, I interview them to find out more about what they hope to get from these talks and why sharing their research with the next generation of journalists is so important.
Female enrolment for some STEM subjects is currently at 5% globally. How do we close this gap?