At a time when everything is uncertain, does everything that is important become clear? Sophie Wilson on hope in a pandemic.
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?
22 year old Ella Marcham has suspected endometriosis. She expands on how diagnosis time has been affected during lockdown.
22 year old Em Shanahan fears the anti-trans rhetoric in the media could lead to a spike in hate crimes. Yesterday's EHRC report shows people still find issue with single-sex places and the trans community.
It Happens Here are campaigning to make misogyny a hate crime in Newcastle, following allegations of abuse at Tyneside Cinema and Filthy's Facebook post.
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.
Why is the media comfortable shaming women's body types, but finds difficulty in reporting on health regarding women's bodies? Professor Karen Ross unpacks her research.
Catherine Entwistle is currently prioritising her career over a relationship. She explains why it's time to rewrite an outdated narrative.
Holly Ellis Allton explores her complex relationship with her body and how happiness is found in loving parts of her body she never could before.