Moya Crockett

Moya is Contributing Women’s Editor at stylist.co.uk and Deputy Editor of Stylist Loves, Stylist's daily email newsletter.

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Small Axe: Alex Wheatle
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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Money

This Equal Pay Day, let’s have a new conversation about financial gender equality

The coronavirus pandemic could widen the gender pay gap. But it could also be an opportunity to reshape an old conversation.

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Politics

Why Stacey Abrams is the real hero of the 2020 US election

But it’s not up to Black women to save the world.

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poland abortion protest 2020
Politics

It was a grim week for reproductive rights. Here’s what you missed

From Poland to the US, this week was a reminder that abortion rights are never guaranteed.

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7 girls from around the world on how Covid-19 has changed their lives

This International Day Of The Girl, Stylist investigates how girls are being affected by the coronavirus pandemic across the globe.

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Life

Women in England and Wales can help make misogyny a hate crime from today

And you can do it by sharing your own experiences of gender-based crime.

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People

Farewell Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a true feminist icon for the ages

In memory of one of womanhood's most prolific trail-blazers.

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Automated push payment (APP) or impersonation scams
Money

“I was scammed out of my life savings. Here’s what I want you to know”

Scams are on the rise – and millennials are most likely to fall for them. Here’s what my experience taught me.

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Contraceptive services failing in England
Life

Contraceptive services in England are seriously struggling – and MPs are calling for change

It’s not all in our heads: contraceptive services really are failing us.

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Jessie Burton, author
People

What She Loves: bestselling author Jessie Burton shares her current obsessions

The author of The Miniaturist, The Muse and The Confession's favourite things include vitamin C skincare and champagne marmalade.

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Bolu Babalola, Love In Colour author
People

What She Loves: writer Bolu Babalola shares her current obsessions

From an “oomph”-giving highlighter to the Greek myth-inspired novel she couldn’t put down.

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Why are women still dealing with comments about their looks while working from home?

More than a third of women have been asked to put on more make-up for video calls over lockdown, according to new research.

Celebrities calling for migrant women to be protected in domestic abuse bill: Naomie Harris, Gemma Chan, Dua Lipa, Thandie Newton
Life

Why these celebrities are calling for changes to the domestic abuse bill

"It shouldn’t matter if you’re born in this country or not – all victims deserve the right to seek police help and to have access to refuges."

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Food

This beautiful charity cookbook features over 100 recipes by people of colour

Community Comfort is a stunning compilation of recipes from around the world – and it’s supporting BAME families affected by Covid-19 in the UK.

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Life

Why it matters that police can no longer ask rape victims to hand over their phones

The practice is believed to have retraumatised some survivors and discouraged others from reporting their assault at all.

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Life

The ‘rough sex’ defence put dead women on trial – banning it is a feminist victory

The government has published an amendment that will ban the ‘sex game gone wrong’ defence from courts in England and Wales. Here’s why that matters.

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Rupa Huq
Life

MPs just voted overwhelmingly in favour of banning protests outside abortion clinics

MP Rupa Huq tells Stylist why she introduced a bill that would create buffer zones around all abortion clinics in England and Wales.

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Ilhan Omar in Muslim Women Are Everything
Books

How a new book subverts condescending stereotypes about Muslim women

Muslim women can be ambitious, lazy, cruel, hilarious and more – and Seema Yasmin’s book Muslim Women Are Everything shows it all.

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Record high abortion rates show the system is failing women

New figures released by the Department of Health point to huge problems with contraceptive services in England and Wales.

Elizabeth Day
People

What She Loves: How To Fail’s Elizabeth Day shares her current obsessions

From new novels to luxurious pyjamas.

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