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Charlotte Church has something to say about media coverage of her dad's illness

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    Naomi Campbell calls out newspaper for "character assassination"

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    Busy Philipps just called out a major publication on the way it talks about rape

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    Greta Thunberg just challenged Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on America’s “climate denialism”

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What representation means to 4 different women

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How Stylist is working to change the representation of women in media

Our new Love Women initiative promises to change the way we show and talk about women

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Why the media must change how it speaks about women killed by their partners
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These new guidelines will change how the media reports domestic violence deaths

For the families of women killed by violent current and former partners, it couldn’t come a moment too soon.

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Moya Crockett
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Life

How celebrity fat-shaming affects women’s views of their own bodies

In a new study, psychologists explore how women are influenced by the treatment of famous female bodies in the media.

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Moya Crockett
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Dove's new photo project is changing the way women are seen in the media

Because representation matters

People

Apparently Prince Harry’s hair loss is Meghan’s fault, too

The media wants to add this to the long list of things that Meghan is responsible for, but fans aren’t having it

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Hannah-Rose Yee
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Opinion

Meghan Markle can’t even eat an avocado without being attacked by the media

The Duchess of Sussex’s latest crime? Avocado on toast

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Hannah-Rose Yee
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People

Jamelia calls out media coverage of step brother: I'm not to blame

"Dear Media..."

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Emily Reynolds
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People

What we need to remember when talking about celebrity divorces

Gossip may be irresistible, but it can be damaging, too

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Sarah Biddlecombe
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Life

Dozens of women working in Japanese media have been sexually harassed, according to survey

A third of cases involved MPs, government officials and police officers.

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Susan Devaney
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People

Lena Dunham on why authenticity isn't about being “messy or broken”

“19 people [are] ready to stop me from tweeting.”

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Susan Devaney
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Emily Reynolds
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This MP just confronted John Humphrys for his equal pay comments

"While I've got you here, John..."

People

This journalist tackled gender inequality in the best (and most scientific) way

"I don’t buy that journalism should act simply as society’s mirror"

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Emily Reynolds
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Life

The entertainment world reacts to the Manchester terror attack

Tributes have poured in from stars across the globe following the tragedy

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Joe Ellison
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“A step-by-step guide to sexism”: Lucy Mangan responds to ‘Legs-it’

You are a lady and you have legs. Use them to kick ass.

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Lucy Mangan
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“The Daily Mail is proof that no woman can escape objectification”

It doesn’t matter if you're the Prime Minister: sexism will continue to plague you.

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Moya Crockett
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Life

Facebook is finally changing its feed to tackle fake news

The company was slammed for not addressing bogus stories during the US election.

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Moya Crockett
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And our latest award nomination is...

Stylist publisher recognised by National Business Awards

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Stylist Team
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