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“Why it matters that menstrual health will soon be taught in schools”

Menstrual health activist Alice Smith tells Stylist about her successful campaign to get period education on the curriculum

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Busy Philipps just made a powerful statement in solidarity with the LA teacher’s strike

She wore red, the colour of the strike, on her talk show as a show of her support

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10 online courses that could work wonders for your career

Time for a new challenge?

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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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Quiz: Are you smart enough to pass the 11+ grammar school test?

Pencils at the ready, everyone….

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“What happened when Stylist went into a school to talk about gender equality”

If there’s anything scarier than standing up in front of a classroom of 14-year-olds, I’d like to hear about it.

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Meet the entrepreneur getting 18,000 books about inspiring women into schools

Stylist’s Woman of the Week is Edwina Dunn, founder of The Female Lead.

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Life

Why this major new subject on the Scottish curriculum will change lives

“[It will] promote understanding and encourage inclusion.”

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Susan Devaney
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Life

The 12 most unusual university courses taught around the world

From a law module inspired by Harry Potter to a class in sex toy design, we think leftfield lectures should be encouraged.

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Life

Made By Girls: Why Stylist has handed the reins to a team of girls this week

“It’s not easy being a girl today”

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This incredible online writing course is now taught by Margaret Atwood

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Why Oprah and Meryl Streep have penned an open letter on gender equality to world leaders

“Poverty is sexist.”

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Women’s Daily Dispatch: The news you need to know on 17/5/18

UK girls are discouraged from science subjects, a poll predicts the results of the Irish abortion referendum, and more

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Women’s Daily Dispatch: The news you need to know on 11/5/18

Japanese MP apologises for criticising single women, Wonder Woman director breaks a new record, and more

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Moya Crockett
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Life

Why this school has now revoked its ‘modesty poncho’ for prom

Because sometimes social media wins.

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A gynaecologist answers our most common sex questions

How can we prevent cystitis? And what is a normal amount of discharge?

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Sarah Biddlecombe
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This woman asked Twitter for help finding her stolen lecture notes - and was floored by the response

She’s due to take her final exams in six weeks.

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Susan Devaney
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Visible Women

Malala Yousafzai returns to Pakistan for first time since Taliban shooting

“It’s the happiest day of my life. I still can’t believe it’s happening.”

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Moya Crockett
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This inspiring organisation connects disadvantaged girls with professional female mentors

Fearne Cotton has chosen to highlight the work of The Girls' Network as part of her Stylist Happy Place takeover.

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Women’s Daily Dispatch: The news you need to know on 21/3/18

Schoolgirls are freed by Boko Haram, women’s studies students are editing Wikipedia, and more

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