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    Why you should join Stylist at #March4Women this Sunday

    Everything you need to know about #March4Women 2019, the feminist event celebrating women who changed the world

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    Men are freaking out about this science conference with an all-female line-up

    Organisers wanted to show that it’s possible to have 100% women speakers at a scientific event – and men are crying sexism.

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    The Derry Girls protest shows Northern Irish women won’t stop fighting for abortion rights

    The campaign for reproductive rights in Northern Ireland is far from over – but women won’t give up.

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  • Visible Women

    “Why it matters that menstrual health will soon be taught in schools”

    Menstrual health activist Alice Smith tells Stylist about her successful campaign to get period education on the curriculum

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    10 queer female icons we should remember this LGBT History Month

    From Audre Lorde to Marsha P Johnson, these women owned their identities in the face of discrimination.

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    “Why I’m fighting Northern Ireland’s restrictive abortion law in the courts”

    Sarah Ewart, who was forced to travel to England for a termination in 2013, has launched a new bid to change Northern Ireland’s abortion law

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  • Visible Women

    The story of the suffragist who inspired this year’s Women’s March on London

    Born in Poland in 1882, Rose Schneiderman is credited with coining the phrase ‘Bread and Roses’.

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    Moya Crockett
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  • Opinion

    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's response to critics is a master-class in resilience

    She’s been intimidated, mocked and had her personal life raked over, all in the last week alone.

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    How women brought feminism to the Golden Globes, one year on from Time’s Up

    Golden Globes producers wanted this year’s ceremony to be less political – but this is a movement, not a moment.

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    Moya Crockett
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  • Beauty

    The true story of Jessie Knight, Britain’s first professional female tattooist

    Knight’s gender made her an outsider in the tattoo industry, and her career made her an outsider in a world that saw tattoos as transgressive.

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    Alice Snape
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  • Visible Women

    From Time’s Up activists to Stacey Cunningham: the women making waves this week

    Highlighting the women who rocked the boat, pushed for change and made history around the world this week

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    Sarah Biddlecombe
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    10 inspiring women who changed the world in 2018

    It’s time to celebrate a year of Stylist's Visible Women campaign

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    Clara Amfo tells us her 3 biggest tips for women breaking into media

    Broadcaster hopefuls, listen up

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    Meet the woman whose accident inspired her to help London's communities

    "The need is more"

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    A statue of Emmeline Pankhurst was just unveiled in Manchester

    Thousands gathered to celebrate the work done by the pioneering suffragette in achieving voting rights for British women.

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    Hannah-Rose Yee
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    From female farmers to Janelle Monáe: the women making waves this week

    Celebrating the women who made history and pushed for change in the past seven days.

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    Why you need to know about award winning jazz singer Nancy Wilson’s remarkable life

    The pioneering crooner passed away today and the world is commemorating her life and achievements.

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  • Visible Women

    Why this woman wants you to make this vital change to your Christmas shopping

    Stylist’s Woman of the Week is Janet Oganah, the founder of Janet’s List, a marketplace for businesses owned by women of colour.

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    From an all-black female rowing team to a sexual assault activist: the women making waves this week

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    The first black woman elected to Congress is getting her own statue

    Shirley Chisholm was a trailblazer in American politics.

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