Moya Crockett

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

Latest Posts

  • Books

    This publishing house is only releasing books by female writers in 2020

    “In an ideal world you wouldn’t have to... But you do.”

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  • Life

    Feeling outraged at the news? Here’s why you’re unlikely to act on it

    Relatively few people step up to address injustice – and new research helps explain why.

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  • Life

    How Mary Queen of Scots exposed the media’s squeamishness about periods

    You’d think the world was getting over its problem with menstruation – but the response to Josie Rourke’s film suggests otherwise.

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  • People

    How to help Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe as she goes on hunger strike

    Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who has been imprisoned in Iran for almost three years, began a hunger strike this week. Here’s what Stylist readers can do to support her

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  • Life

    This is how British women feel about the age they lost their virginities

    Was it a formative experience, or one you can hardly remember?

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  • Life

    Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story remake has found its Maria

    The hotly anticipated musical is a remake of the 1961 classic.

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  • Careers

    Women aren’t worse at pay negotiations than men. Here’s proof

    A new study debunks an oft-cited piece of wisdom about women in the workplace.

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  • People

    What Meghan Markle's latest charity announcement tells us about her

    The Duchess of Sussex has announced her role as patron of four important organisations.

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  • Visible Women

    The story of the suffragist who inspired this year’s Women’s March on London

    Born in Poland in 1882, Rose Schneiderman is credited with coining the phrase ‘Bread and Roses’.

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  • People

    How Brie Larson sparked a campaign to help young girls see Captain Marvel

    The #CaptainMarvelChallenge comes hot on the heels of last year’s #BlackPantherChallenge.

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