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

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

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

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

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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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Women

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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Politics

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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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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Ready for 2021? Get inspired with these literary New Year quotes

These uplifting lines will help you feel steadier as the new year begins.

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Film

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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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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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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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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