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Why do millennial myths persist?
Long Reads

An open letter from a “lazy, spoilt and self-obsessed” millennial

We're actually stressed, in debt, and hard-working.

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Emily Sargent
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Game of Thrones finale: Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen
Life

Game of Thrones finale: the big problem with our reaction to Daenerys Targaryen

It represents a huge issue in modern society – and it's time we started talking about it

Posted by
Kayleigh Dray
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Here's what it's like to be the only woman of colour in a friendship group
Life

Here’s what it’s like being the only woman of colour in a friendship group

"At times it was lonely but I often stayed silent and dealt with it alone."

Posted by
Georgina Lawton
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Books

The full trailer for Big Little Lies season two proves it will be packed with drama

Meryl Streep is here to make some noise.

Posted by
Kayleigh Dray
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Kayleigh Dray
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How to combat social anxiety in the workplace

The workplace is one of the most challenging environments when it comes to coping with social anxiety – so how should we deal with it?

Life

Generation rent: Stylist investigates the rising popularity of houseshares

There are dream housemates, and then are horror stories

Posted by
Zoe Beaty
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Life

The awkward person’s guide to surviving the work Christmas do

Because life is too short for new friends

Posted by
Amy Swales
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Netflix's Girl On Fire - Chloe Grace Moretz
Life

Why Netflix’s Brain On Fire is vital viewing for 2018

Painful, harrowing and almost impossible to watch – but Netflix’s Brain On Fire is easily one of the most important films of the year

Posted by
Daisy Buchanan
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People

Why I would never say yes to a man who asks my dad’s permission to marry me

Here’s why the phrasing of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s engagement announcement is still so very important

Posted by
Kayleigh Dray
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Life

"Stop 'tat-calling' women – our tattoos aren't for you"

A woman having tattoos doesn't mean she wants to be harassed

Posted by
Emily Reynolds
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Life

“We need to talk about the real problem with ‘unlikeable’ women”

Alexandra Burke is just the latest woman to call society out for its sexist double standards

Posted by
Kayleigh Dray
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Amy Swales
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The sparkling wines to swap your prosecco for

Well, if the experts insist...

Christmas Gift Guide

32 awesome Christmas gifts for pets and pet lovers

Stylish, cool and unique festive buys for the dogs, cats and owners in your life

Posted by
Amy Swales
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People

“The big problem with our reaction to The X Factor’s Grace Davies”

It represents a huge issue in modern society – and it's time we started talking about it

Posted by
Kayleigh Dray
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People

"The one piece of advice from my mum that changed how I date forever"

"She planted the seed for a resilience that’s served me well"

Posted by
Jessica Furseth
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People

Why Jane Goodall’s life story is the feminist documentary we've all been waiting for

Her pioneering work has had a tremendous impact on women today

Posted by
Christobel Hastings
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Life

“Toxic tweets from the past are bad, but the frenzied reaction is worse”

"Whatever happened to empathy? It’s time to reassess."

Posted by
Anna Brech
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People

"Why it matters that a mixed-race woman is going to become a British royal"

"Yes, one biracial woman is not going to revolutionise a prejudiced and elitist society overnight. But it’s a start."

Posted by
Moya Lothian-McLean
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Sarah Biddlecombe
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Haunting images capture gender-based violence around the globe

Warning: graphic photographs ahead

Life

What to do if the person you love does something morally reprehensible

Because love isn’t always unconditional

Posted by
Kayleigh Dray
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