Moya Crockett

Moya is a freelance journalist and writer from London, and a former editor at Stylist.

  • People gather at Trafalgar square to protest the violence against women in London, United Kingdom on April 3, 2021.
    Politics

    Why Stylist is writing to Priti Patel again about male violence against women

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    Politics

    The government wants to start a conversation about misogyny? Here’s what it needs to know

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    “Don’t be that guy”: why we need more violence against women campaigns like this one

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A memorial for Sarah Everard in Clapham Common following her murder
Women

We must prevent male violence against women – not just punish it

As Wayne Couzens is sentenced to life in prison for murdering Sarah Everard, we must keep talking about what justice really means.

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Our campaign challenging male violence against women just scored its first big win

The government just agreed to the central demand of Stylist’s #AFearlessFuture initiative – but there’s more work to be done.

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If the government wants to stop rape, it must invest in challenging rape myths

“This is a systemic problem that’s rooted in victim-blaming, rape myths and stereotypes.”

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“We are deeply ashamed”: the government admits to failing rape survivors

In a landmark report, the government has apologised for letting down rape victims in England and Wales.

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The 8th is a rousing, painful look back at Ireland’s abortion referendum

Three years on from Ireland’s historic abortion vote, this unmissable documentary tracks the forces that shaped a seismic moment for women’s rights.

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Women

Why Stylist is campaigning to change the attitudes behind male violence against women and girls

A Fearless Future is our new initiative calling for a public awareness campaign that gets to the root of the problem.

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Women

Want to email your local MP about male violence against women? Here’s how

An easy guide to supporting A Fearless Future, Stylist’s new initiative challenging the attitudes behind male violence against women.

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Three Families is a reminder that the fight for abortion rights in Northern Ireland isn’t over

Based on real women's stories, this powerful BBC One drama explores the effects of Northern Ireland's abortion ban.

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How will London’s mayoral candidates tackle violence against women?

From putting more police on the streets to making London a sanctuary city for migrant women, the leading candidates tell Stylist about their policies.

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Nicole Smallman and Bibaa Henry’s mother challenges lack of “outcry” over murdered women of colour

Mina Smallman says her daughters' deaths did not receive the same attention as Sarah Everard's.

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Long Reads

“We have the right to be free from fear”: what will actually keep women safe in public spaces?

From education to criminal justice reform, experts share their ideas for making women safer on the streets.

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This is the most important issue facing UK women right now

Data shared exclusively with Stylist reveals what UK women see as the biggest barriers to equality.

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Politics

“Our voices aren’t being heard”: why we need a pandemic recovery that works for all women

There is a pandemic exit strategy – but critics say it doesn’t contain enough detail about how women will be supported.

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Women

How you can help improve abortion access in England after the pandemic

Reproductive healthcare could look very different post-pandemic. Here’s what you need to know.

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Why we need a better picture of how the pandemic has affected the gender pay gap

Equality campaigners are sounding the alarm.

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Women

“What happened when my ex threatened to share my nudes with my colleagues”

Revenge porn is illegal – but threatening to share intimate images or videos is not. Stylist hears from one woman who knows first-hand why the law must change.

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Women

Powerful photos from 4 years of Women’s March London

On the fourth anniversary of the first Women’s March London, Stylist explores the archive of Elainea Emmott, the event’s official photographer.

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Women

The Women’s Marches aren’t happening in 2021 – here’s what to expect instead

The Global Count is a digital initiative designed to amplify the voices of women around the world.

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Does Wonder Woman 1984 live up to the record-breaking first film?

Expectations were high.

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TV

What Alex Wheatle can teach us about confronting the UK’s racist history

Steve McQueen’s latest Small Axe film is a powerful lesson on why we must come to terms with the past in order to move forward.

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