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“I’m single, in my 30s and want to move out of home – but I’m South Asian so it’s not that easy”

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Anchal Seda
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Here’s what a young Muslim feminist wants you to know about Islamophobia in the UK

Shahed Ezaydi explains how white feminism – and its centring of the white female experience – feeds into Islamophobic attitudes.

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“This year Chanukah is different, but it still brings me much needed light amid the darkness”

The Jewish festival of Chanukah is here, but like everything else it will be changed by Covid-19. Here, a young woman tells us how she will mark the holiday.

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Nadine Batchelor-Hunt
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“Yes, my Diwali plans have changed but it feels more important than ever to celebrate this year”

I'm going to take sparklers to the park.

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Anita Ghosh
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Life

Leah Remini’s explosive new podcast explores the harsh realities of Scientology

The ex-Scientologist has teamed up with former church official Mike Rinder to reveal the “truth” about the religion.

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Kayleigh Dray
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These beautiful illustrations show the reality of Ramadan during lockdown

One woman shares illustrations of what the month means to her, from fasting during the day to sharing Iftar over Zoom.

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Long Reads

“I had Iftar over Zoom with my family and still felt the warmth of camaraderie”

One writer shares her experiences of observing Ramadan during lockdown.

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Zeynab Mohamed
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Long Reads

“Now more than ever, Ramadan is giving me a chance to reflect on what’s important to me”

“Ramadan has always been about family and friends laughing, singing and praying together. This year we won’t have that opportunity.”

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Basma Khalifa
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People

Women for Women International offers hope as a lifeline initiative

Meet Stylist’s new official charity partner

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Kate Leahy
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People

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez just delivered a sermon to Congress on LGBTQ+ rights

The congresswoman accused lawmakers of using their faith to justify bigotry.

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Jessica Rapana
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“Why we should never forget the Holocaust”

Almost one third (32%) of Brits know little or nothing about the Holocaust.

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Deborah Cicurel
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People

Trump just hired a televangelist to be his personal “faith advisor” in the White House

She believes that anyone who opposes Trump is opposing God.

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Hannah-Rose Yee
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Megan Phelps-Roper on finding freedom through Twitter

"I really, really appreciate the freedom I have, and it’s wonderful."

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Life

“On 11 September 2001, my religion became a ‘threat’ – and it’s stayed that way ever since”

Eighteen years after the deadly attack on New York’s World Trade Center, a Muslim woman explains how that moment changed her world forever.

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Hail Satan? These Satanists want you to know the truth about The Satanic Temple

Sadie, Chalice and Jill engage publicly and unapologetically as Satanists. Here, they reveal what life is really like in The Satanic Temple.

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Ally Sinyard
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Louis Theroux's newest documentary, Surviving America's Most Hated Family, sees him revisiting Westboro Baptist Church.
Life

Louis Theroux on why he chose to revisit ‘America’s most-hated family’ for his new documentary

"They’re selling hand-made artisanal hate in an era in which you can get mass-produced hate at your local supermarket far more easily."

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Sarah Shaffi
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Life

Bad opinion of the day: the Dalai Lama thinks that any female successor must ‘be attractive’

We all love a bit of spiritual sexism

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Moya Lothian-McLean
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Ayisha Malik on what it's like to be the only Muslim in an English village
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What it’s really like to be the only Muslim in a small English village

“We had thought we were putting the world to rights; he had thought he was saving the world from another terrorist.”

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Ayisha Malik
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Life

Ramadan 2019: 5 women on what the month has meant to them

In a world where we’re still seeing Muslim women stereotyped in pop culture, it’s important to hear from the everyday voices.

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Sarah Shaffi
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Why Gucci can't get it right when it comes to cultural appropriation

The Italian fashion house has come under attack for their "Indy Turban" and for good reason

Elisabeth Moss attends Featured Session: Elisabeth Moss with Brandi Carlile during the 2019 SXSW Conference and Festivals at Austin Convention Center on March 10, 2019 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Travis P Ball/Getty Images for SXSW)
People

Elisabeth Moss just addressed the parallels between Scientology and The Handmaid’s Tale

“The Handmaid's Tale lines up so perfectly parallel with my own beliefs,” explained the actress, who has been a member of the Church of Scientology since childh

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Kayleigh Dray
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