Issue 481

Issue 481, breaking news, photos, comments, social media posts on this topic.

  • Simone Biles
    People

    Understanding how Simone Biles became a superathlete

  • Mary Beard
    People

    Mary Beard on why women shouldn’t speak like men at work

  • Oxford Old Parsonage Hotel
    Travel

    Book lovers – enjoy a cosy literary escape at this Oxford hideaway

Latest Stories

Life

The best ballet shows to see in London

Guest editor Chelsea Clinton counts dancers Anna Pavlova and Maria Tallchief among her heroes.

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Hannah Keegan
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Clinton Style list
The Style List

The Style List: 29 empowering stories about and by brilliant women

Add these to your pile right now.

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Francesca Brown
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RESHMA SAUJANI
People

Brave, Not Perfect: how failure led one woman to her dream career

Failing as a politician taught Reshma Saujani the value of bravery.

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Hannah Keegan
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Serena Williams
Life

Why is women’s clothing still being policed around the world?

From a ban on ripped jeans in India to short skirts in Uganda, we’re still seeing efforts to dictate how women dress.

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Chloe Gray
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Jenny Tregoning
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Prue Leith reveals her ultimate angel cake recipe

Eat, sleep, crave, repeat.

MargaretAtwood_5MP
People

Margaret Atwood talks forgiveness, climate change and her fears for the human race

The author answers our existential questions...

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Helen Bownass
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News diet
Life

Do you need to go on a news diet? Here’s how to tell, according to experts

Intuitive eating has gained popularity in the last couple of years, and it’s worth applying a similar form of mindfulness in the way we get our news.

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Cate Sevilla
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Gutsy women
People

A history of gutsy women

10 women who have more than lived up to the dictionary definition of ‘gutsy’

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Hannah Keegan
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Hillary and Chelsea Clinton interview
People

Hillary and Chelsea Clinton on what it really means to be gutsy women

Our guest editors on fighting for change, saluting gutsy women and the advice they both live by.

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Helen Bownass
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