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    Women discuss the conversations they’ve had with men about #MeToo

    “We have to keep talking about this stuff. The second we give in, the guys who think it’s OK to harass someone have won.”

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    Moya Crockett
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    We should all be inspired by the 16-year-old who stood up to her creepy boss

    The schoolgirl has won £15,000 damages after being sexually harassed in her first job.

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    Moya Crockett
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    Why everyone needs to move to a new city at least once in their life

    Even the homesickness is lovely, in its own sickening way

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    Kate Leaver
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    ‘I was upskirted. I spoke out. This is what happened’

    Gina Martin reveals what her anti-upskirting campaign taught her about the power of speaking out

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    Gina Martin
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    10 things you should never say to an Irish woman

    It just doesn’t get funnier than a massive, sweeping, negative stereotype, does it?

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    Sarah Breen and Emer McLysaght
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    As a Muslim woman, this is what I want you to know about the burqa debate

    It’s not really about the burqa, says Mariam Khan

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    Mariam Khan
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    Have you heard the one about sexism in comedy?

    Unsurprisingly, sexism is rife in this male-dominated industry based on egos and night shifts

    Posted by
    Gina Lyons
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  • Laura Whitmore's holiday books
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    The 5 books you should definitely take on holiday this summer

    Need some pool-side reading inspiration? Laura Whitmore has got you covered…

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    Laura Whitmore
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  • Salena Godden's Courage Is A Muscle
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    This brilliant poem is here to remind us that pessimism is for lightweights

    Read it, print it, laminate it and send it to all the wonderful women in your life

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    Kayleigh Dray
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    Forget perfection: it’s time to start celebrating averageness

    Say it with us: if you are the best you can be, you are doing your best

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    Laura Whitmore
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