Everyday Sexism

  • People

    Chloë Grace Moretz: I've been dealing with misogyny all my life

    Actor was told to "shut up and look pretty" as a teen

    Posted by
    Anna Brech
    Published
  • People

    Why everyone should listen to this addictive new podcast

    Slow Burn shines a light on a vicious episode of victim-blaming

    Posted by
    Anna Brech
    Published
  • Gemma Arterton
    People

    Gemma Arterton: being a child-free woman threatens people

    "If a guy says he doesn’t want kids, it’s OK, but if a woman feels that, it’s like something’s wrong with her"

    Posted by
    Anna Brech
    Published
  • Kate Middleton
    Life

    Quiz: Are these Daily Mail headlines real or fake?

    We bet you can’t get 100% on this #sidebarofshame quiz…

    Posted by
    Kayleigh Dray
    Published
  • Long Reads

    Laura Bates on why we urgently need better sex education in schools

    "Some biology textbooks don’t include the clitoris, because why would girls need to know about that?"

    Posted by
    Stylist Team
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  • Life

    BBC pledges 50:50 gender split of expert contributors by next year

    Corporation aims for gender balance in news and current affaris programmes

    Posted by
    Anna Brech
    Published
  • People

    Helen Skelton’s pointed response to Daily Mail article sets the internet on fire

    She and Sonja McLaughlan have criticised the “dreadful hatchet job” on social media – and reminded women everywhere to appreciate the “value of the sisterhood”

    Posted by
    Kayleigh Dray
    Published
  • Life

    This school won't let girls say no to boys who want to dance with them

    “We want to promote kindness, and so we want you to say yes when someone asks you to dance"

    Posted by
    Emily Reynolds
    Published
  • Life

    Doritos has been slammed for its "snacks for women" plan

    Crunching in public: the next feminist frontier

    Posted by
    Emily Reynolds
    Published
  • Visible Women

    Can we stop making sexist assumptions about women’s status at work?

    A Twitter thread exposes how often women are mistaken for having low-ranking jobs.

    Posted by
    Megan Murray
    Published