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Vicky McClure’s Trigger Point is a must-watch for Line of Duty fans

Calling Line Of Duty fans: Vicky McClure just shared first-look photos of her new crime series

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  • Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
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    Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie just talked about grief in the most beautiful way

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    Pride Month: “I celebrate my same-sex parents every day”

  • Demi Lovato iHeartRadio Music Awards
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    Demi Lovato has some powerful words about the joy of finally living authentically

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Author Sophie Williams and the cover of 'Millennial Black'
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How to be an anti-racist ally in every area of your life

Sophie Williams (@officialmillennialblack) guides you through the most important steps to remember

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Black Lives Matter protestors in London following George Floyd's death
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12 UK anti-racism charities and organisations to support now and forever

Looking for a way to be a better anti-racist ally? Start here.

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Lauren Geall
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Baby On The Brain episode 4
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“We need male allies in our homes to be fighting for shared parental leave”

Anna Whitehouse and Adanna Steinacker on Stylist's Baby On The Brain podcast

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Felicity Thistlethwaite
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Michaela Coel in I May Destroy You.
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Michaela Coel’s seven best roles, and where to watch them

Must-watch shows and films starring the creator of I May Destroy You.

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“The pandemic has made me curious about having children, but I know I’m still not ready”

How do you know when the time is right to have a baby?

Helen McCrory at the premiere of A Little Chaos in 2015
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Helen McCrory on marriage, the spotlight and being a role model to her children

On the couch with the Harry Potter star.

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Returning from maternity leave, women on a computer call
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How lockdown is reshaping returning from maternity leave

There's a whole new world of work out there, and it's not easy to navigate.

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MaryLou Costa
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Princesscore is the joyful new aesthetic taking over social media

Meet the women switching loungewear for ball gowns.

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Lauren Geall
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Influencer Onyi Moss poses in two self-portrait photos; left image: sat against a rose bush, right: portrait headshot in wide brimmed hat
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5 key tips for taking incredible self-portraits, from an influencer who knows

Instagram feed looking bare thanks to lockdown? Self-portrait photography might be the solution you need

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Alice Porter
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4 inspiring women pushing boundaries that you should know about

Meet the women questioning the status quo

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Michaela Coel
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Michaela Coel just made one heck of a timely and powerful awards speech

She thanked #MeToo pioneer Tarana Burke.

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Hollie Richardson
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Michelle Obama’s retirement plans are as inspirational as you’d expect

“I’ve been telling my daughters I’m moving toward retirement right now...”

Meghan Markle: a comprehensive list of all the s**t the Duchess of Sussex has taken from the British press to date
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A comprehensive list of all the s**t Meghan Markle has taken from the tabloids

Prince Harry has accused “toxic” UK tabloids of damaging his and Meghan’s mental health, and we can 100% believe it.

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Kayleigh Dray
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BBC Radio 4 Deborah Frances White Rolls The Dice
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Deborah Frances-White takes over Stylist on IWD with Choose Love – here’s why

The Guilty Feminist creator explains why she's choosing love for International Women's Day

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Womna with back turned in dark
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“I knew my life was in danger and I had to leave Uganda”

This year the theme of International Women's Day is #ChooseToChallenge. Stylist spoke to a young refugee about why she fled Uganda and her new life in the UK.

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“Anyone who thinks being called a ‘coconut’ is harmless is wrong”

The pejorative coconut and Oreo terms are often levelled at Black and brown people who don’t conform to reductive cultural stereotypes.

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Priyankaa Joshi
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Nicola Coughlan at the 2019 BAFTAs
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Nicola Coughlan is absolutely done with questions about her weight

The Bridgerton star took to Twitter to call time on interview questions about women's bodies. Because for some reason we're still here.

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Ally Sinyard
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Lauren Mahon
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“Covid is leaving cancer patients behind and it’s not good enough”

There are two kinds of big C words and one is getting wholly forgotten about

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Lauren Mahon
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We’re calling it: these are Elisabeth Moss’ best roles so far

From Shirley to The Handmaid’s Tale.

Paloma Faith
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Paloma Faith has a very relatable view of lockdown happiness

“No one is allowed to say this sucks”

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Hollie Richardson
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