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  • Doctor doing medical test
    Opinion

    A junior doctor’s experience of working in a hospital during the coronavirus pandemic

  • Illustration of five women of different nationalities looking to the right
    Opinion

    Millennials are more resilient than we’re given credit for, even in the face of another recession

  • Rocks: one of the most genuine depictions of young girls in inner-city London
    Film

    Why Rocks is one of the most authentic and exciting films of 2020

Latest Stories

Woman holding book that reads 'Good Vibes'
Life

Can too much positivity ever be a bad thing?

Unpicking toxic positivity, and the down side to the ‘good vibes only’ mantra

Posted by
Ella Delancey
Published
Here is how Lovecraft Country displays white privilege in the most powerful way
Entertainment

“Why I find Lovecraft Country's depiction of white privilege chillingly accurate”

It's a scary watch and not because of the monsters...

Posted by
Victoria Sanusi
Published
A woman sitting
Opinion

What it feels like to have your mental health issues dismissed

Charlie Bond writes about having her mental health brushed off by a doctor as he said she wasn't “depressed enough for antidepressants”.

Posted by
Charlie Bond
Published
Books

Why women need to stop being modest and celebrate their success out loud

“We tiptoe around a topic that can make all the difference in being paid appropriately”.

Posted by
Stefanie Sword-Williams
Published
Posted by
Stylist Team
Published

Freelance journalists: how to pitch an article to stylist.co.uk

Here's everything you need to know

Books

Stephanie Yeboah on the importance of body positivity for Black women

A fashion blogger writes about the body positivity movement and how it only focuses on conventionally attractive and acceptable figures.

Posted by
Stephanie Yeboah
Published
Podcasts

How the Two Twos Podcast became the go-to platform for Black lesbians in the UK

Meet the duo behind the podcast.

Posted by
Abi Mcintosh
Published
Exclusive: In Black and White by Alexandra Wilson
Books

“Fighting for justice is hard enough when you experience sexism on the job”

A young barrister writes about her experience with sexual harassment at work.

Posted by
Alexandra Wilson
Published
Why I stopped undergoing treatment to make my vitiligo go away because it's not something that needs fixing.
Beauty

"I never imagined the hate I once had for my skin would turn into love and self-acceptance"

Natalie Ambersley shares her experiences with vitiligo, from feeling angry about her white patches to how she learnt to love her skin.

Posted by
Natalie Ambersley
Published
Race filters create a safer experience for Black women on dating apps
Opinion

“Why filters on dating apps make Black women like me feel safer online”

One writer explores the benefit of Hinge's new race filters.

Posted by
Habiba Katsha
Published
Here's the exacerbating truth of working with PMDD
Long Reads

The exacerbating reality of working with chronic PMS

Women with premenstrual dysphoric disorder have found working from home life-changing but what's going to happen when lockdown eventually eases?

Posted by
Raifa Rafiq
Published
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Bethany Fulton
Published

“I got on the property ladder at age 26 and just two years later, I had no choice but to sell”

I received inheritance from my deceased father to buy my dream flat. Now I am selling it, I feel like I've failed him.

Smear tests and cervical cancer.
Long Reads

“What a rare cervical cancer diagnosis during lockdown taught me about listening to my body”

One writer shares her experience of having cancer in lockdown.

Posted by
V Varilly
Published
Do you have to share your personal life with your co-workers?
Life

Do you have to share your personal life with your co-workers?

Davina from Selling Sunset is puzzled that she doesn't know much about Chrishell’s life, which begs the question how much should we share with our colleagues?

Posted by
Victoria Sanusi
Published
Comparing the struggles Black and Jewish people face does nothing when it comes to tackling racism
Opinion

“Comparing the struggles Black and Jewish people face does nothing when it comes to tackling racism”

As a Black and Jewish woman, I feel frustrated and apprehensive when my identities are pitted up against each other.

Posted by
Nadine Batchelor-Hunt
Published
drinking alcohol
Life

Why does drinking alcohol in the day seem to affect us more?

An expert has the answer...

Posted by
Sarah Biddlecombe
Published
Black women are using hashtags to call for equality and expose injustices on social media, now I am doing the same
Long Reads

How hashtags have played a crucial role in Black women’s activism online

Black women are using hashtags to call for equality and expose injustices on social media, now I am doing the same

Posted by
Rene Germain
Published
best-friends
Long Reads

International Friendship Day: “What a breakup in my 30s taught me about friendship"

“I was 32, single and starting again. But I knew I wasn’t alone”

Posted by
Natalie Cornish
Published
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Amber-Ainsley Pritchard
Published

“I was ghosted by my father – so I hired a private investigator to find him”

I had no idea where my father was all my life, only to find out he lives 50 miles from me and yet he still didn't want me.

Woman working at laptop
Long Reads

“I stood up to my office bullies and it changed my life for the better”

15% of employees have been on the receiving end of bullying and harassment in the last three years.

Posted by
Stylist Team
Published