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    Long Reads

    It’s 2019. Isn’t it about time we got comfortable with our vaginas?

    44% of British women can’t identify a vagina and 60% can’t label a vulva. Let's change that.

    Posted by
    Rebecca Schiller
    Published
  • Life

    6 of the best eco-friendly sanitary brands you need to know about

    27,938 used tampons and applicators are found on the world’s beaches every single day. Let’s change that

    Posted by
    Sarah Biddlecombe
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  • Life

    The pill stops you recognising these emotions

    A new study has found that women on the Pill are less likely to detect “complex” emotions like contempt and pride.

    Posted by
    Emily Baker
    Published
  • Skeletal health and bad posture
    Beauty

    How bad posture affects your mental health and how to remedy it

    Sit up on your chair and start learning

    Posted by
    Hanna Ibraheem
    Published
  • women gym friends
    Long Reads

    In celebration of the joy of female groups

    “There is comfort and joy in being part of a collective, in finding your tribe and making new friends”

    Posted by
    Stacey Halls
    Published
  • Life

    Can kissing a stranger make you less stressed?

    A kiss a day really can keep the doctor away…

    Posted by
    Kayleigh Dray
    Published
  • Lucy Mangan

    “Women aren’t attending regular smear tests – and I’m one of them”

    “The smear campaign against our bodies is killing us”

    Posted by
    Lucy Mangan
    Published
  • Life

    “I changed my sleeping habits for two weeks and this is what happened”

    A few small changes could make some big differences

    Posted by
    Susan Devaney
    Published
  • Life

    This is what really happens to your brain when you gossip

    Are you a gossip? Science says it could actually be a very good thing...

    Posted by
    Kayleigh Dray
    Published
  • Long Reads

    We asked 50 women about smear tests. The answers were unexpected

    “Who knew your cervix could move around so much and then hide at the worst possible moment?”

    Posted by
    Sarah Biddlecombe
    Published