Opinion

  • Long Reads

    Why women need to start being bloody difficult about their health

    No, you're not a hypochondriac for being concerned about your body

    Posted by
    Jennifer Lipman
    Published
  • Visible Women

    “Why British women should be inspired by the results of the US midterms”

    They happened on the other side of the world – but the US midterm elections can teach us an important lesson about women and politics.

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
    Published
  • People

    “Why I’ll never regret revealing my keloid scars on First Dates”

    Sick of always hiding her scars, 24-year-old Bianca decided to reveal them on First Dates

    Posted by
    Sarah Biddlecombe
    Published
  • Life

    “Keira Knightley has only seen Love Actually once, which is the correct amount of times”

    Hannah-Rose Yee really isn’t a fan of everyone’s favourite Christmas movie. Here, she explains why...

    Posted by
    Hannah-Rose Yee
    Published
  • The response to Meghan Markle’s “wardrobe malfunction” is seriously disappointing
    Fashion

    The response to Meghan Markle’s “wardrobe malfunction” is seriously disappointing

    Dubbing this the Duchess of Sussex’s “most relatable move ever” is a totally transparent way to publish photos of her in her underwear

    Posted by
    Kayleigh Dray
    Published
  • Long Reads

    “Why eating out alone is one of the greatest joys of my life”

    80% of 25-34 year olds are happy to eat out by themselves - and with good reason

    Posted by
    Sarah Biddlecombe
    Published
  • Life

    Don’t be fooled by the celebratory headlines – the pay gap’s going nowhere fast

    New data shows the gender pay gap is smaller than ever. But it’s closing so slowly, today’s working women are unlikely to reap the benefits

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
    Published
  • Long Reads

    This is how group chats have changed female friendships

    Do they keep us close with our loved ones - or are we more isolated than ever?

    Posted by
    Katie Bishop
    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
  • Piers Morgan's attack on Daniel Craig's baby papoose was pathetic – but it is symptomatic of a world that still polices what it means to be a man.
    Opinion

    Piers Morgan embodies a culture that still uses ‘masculinity’ to shame men

    The TV host’s attack on Daniel Craig was pathetic – but it is symptomatic of a world that still polices what it means to be a man.

    Posted by
    Alix Walker
    Published