Moya Crockett

Moya is Women’s Editor at stylist.co.uk. As well as writing about inspiring women and feminism, she also covers subjects including careers, politics and psychology. Carrying a bottle of hot sauce on her person at all times is one of the many traits she shares with both Beyoncé and Hillary Clinton.

This film about the Manson Family women promises to explore cult psychology

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    Why Phoebe Waller-Bridge had to fight to cast Sian Clifford in Fleabag

  • Careers

    Doing this each morning will make you more enthusiastic about work

  • Life

    “What happened when I went to lobby my MP about workplace sexual harassment”

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  • People

    People love Beto O’Rourke. Would they feel the same if he was a woman?

    O’Rourke wants to be president of the US – but he’s already said several things that would scupper a female politician’s chances.

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    Why we should all express more gratitude in the workplace

    How does better sleep, fewer headaches and healthier eating sound to you?

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    Sophie Perry is right: there is no one appropriate way to grieve

    Luke Perry’s daughter has spoken out against ‘grief-shamers’ who tell her how she should mourn her father’s passing.

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  • Life

    A woman was threatened with removal from a UK flight if she didn’t ‘cover up’

    Emily O’Connor, from Birmingham, says she was left “shaking and upset” by the experience.

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  • Books

    The Man Booker International Prize longlist is dominated by women authors

    Expand your literary horizons with novels set in Oman, Chile, Japan, Poland, China and more

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  • People

    Emily Maitlis’ side-eye sums up how the entire country feels about Brexit

    It’s the look of a woman who can’t quite believe we’re still arguing about this.

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  • Life

    How our romantic relationships can be affected by what we share on social media

    What we share (or don’t share) on social media can dent our relationship satisfaction – but there is an easy way to fix it.

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  • Life

    This amazing Olympics news proves investing in women’s sport pays off

    Roll on, Tokyo 2020 – Team GB is coming for you.

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  • People

    Pete Davidson just made a surprisingly feminist point about his relationship with Kate Beckinsale

    Got questions about Davidson and Beckinsale’s age gap? Speak to one of the many famous men who exclusively date younger women…

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  • People

    Phoebe Waller-Bridge nails why seeing violent women on TV can be empowering

    “I think people are slightly exhausted by seeing women being brutalised on screen.”

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    Why Serial’s Adnan Syed won’t be getting a retrial

    His attorney has said he is “devastated” by the ruling.

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    4 inspiring women on what International Women’s Day means to them

    “For me, International Women’s Day is a celebration of pride.”

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  • Books

    The triumphant return of the feminist bookshop

    Women’s bookshops were a vital part of the British feminist movement in the Seventies and Eighties. Now, they’re making a comeback

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  • Life

    Cern cuts ties with scientist who made “offensive” remarks about women and physics

    Apparently, “physics was invented and built by men – it’s not by invitation”.

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  • People

    Katarina Johnson-Thompson pays tribute to “inspirational” Dame Kelly Holmes

    “I hope I’ll go on to have just half of the gold medals you have.”

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  • People

    Upskirting activist Gina Martin has one message for Christopher Chope

    Read her inspiring speech from Stylist’s Remarkable Women Awards.

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  • Life

    This music video tells the heartbreaking story of one woman’s abortion journey

    ‘I’m a Life’ highlights the plight of Northern Irish women forced to travel abroad for abortions.

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    Sally Challen’s case signals a vital shift in attitudes towards coercive control

    Sally Challen killed her husband after allegedly suffering decades of abuse. Now, she’s had her murder conviction overturned.

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    Men are freaking out about this science conference with an all-female line-up

    Organisers wanted to show that it’s possible to have 100% women speakers at a scientific event – and men are crying sexism.

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  • Careers

    Why you should be your authentic self in the workplace

    New research suggests it’s healthier and more productive to be honest about who you are at work.

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