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365 Dni on Netflix

“Netflix’s 365 Days is already problematic, and a sequel is the last thing we need”

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    Audiobooks: Sian Clifford will narrate one of 2020’s most-hyped debut novels

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    Essential advice for anyone worried about being isolated while in a toxic relationship

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    Careers

    Stop telling women to talk like men – ask men to talk more like women

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Lisa Smorsaki Editor
People

There is no right way to feel during this time

Anxiety, emotions, home schooling and WFH, Editor-in-Chief, Lisa Smosarski shares her thoughts...

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Lisa Smosarski
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Life

Remarkable Women Awards: see inside the winners’ goody bags

Take a look what lies inside.

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Digital Team
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Long Reads

“The 264 million women currently living in conflict are more than just a statistic”

We must give women a platform to tell their stories, says Brita Fernandez Schmidt, Executive Director of Women for Women International UK

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Brita Fernandez Schmidt
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Careers

“How I got my job designing chocolate bars”

Have you designed an M&M to taste like hot cross buns recently? Then you’re seriously missing out...

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Kayleigh Dray
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“Doctors told me my period pains were nothing. Then I collapsed.”

Half of women with endometriosis have suicidal thoughts, and many say the pain has severely impacted their careers, education and relationships.

People

Empowering quotes by strong women to celebrate International Women’s Day

“There is no limit to what we, as women, can accomplish.”

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Stylist Team
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Life

These statistics on female homicide victims show why we need to pass the Domestic Abuse Bill

“No woman fleeing domestic abuse should be turned away from safety.”

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Heloise Wood
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Long Reads

“I was an ISIS bride who fled the UK for Syria. This is my story”

As Shamima Begum loses her appeal against being stripped of her British citizenship, one woman reveals what it's really like to live as a jihadi bride in Syria.

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Chloe Govan
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Long Reads

Why are women diagnosed years later than men for the same diseases?

No, you're not a hypochondriac for being concerned about your body. The gender health gap is real.

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Jennifer Lipman
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Life

Why this seemingly harmless phrase perpetuates sexism in a relationship

Does your male partner say this? Here’s why it’s so problematic.

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Kayleigh Dray
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Life

Why do we think it’s OK to publicly shame women on TV?

Laura Tobin isn’t the only TV meteorologist who has to put up with sexism at work.

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Jessica Rapana
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Christobel Hastings
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“Finally, Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie is getting the spotlight she deserves”

Overlooked for decades, the group’s most successful singer-songwriter is at long last being recognised.

Life

52 of the most iconic female friendships in movies of all time

It's time for a movie night with the best girls on film.

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Stylist Team
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Long Reads

A love letter to all the incredible women we meet in club bathrooms

Three cheers to the unique and unwavering power of female friendship.

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Emily Clarkson
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Lily James and Claire Foy pitted against each other in sexist “love triangle” reports
People

Lily James, Claire Foy & Matt Smith: the real problem with this so-called “love triangle”

It’s time to talk about the overwhelming sexism of this ‘Other Woman’ narrative.

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Kayleigh Dray
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Life

‘Always on’ burnout culture: why you should switch off your emails this weekend

Science says so.

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Emily Reynolds
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Life

This pregnant firefighter has a brave message for anyone suggesting she “stay behind”

"Yes I am a firefighter. No I’m not a man."

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Megan Murray
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People

“An open letter to the three women I saw crying in public”

What would you do if you saw a woman crying in public? Here, one writer explores the confrontational nature of crying and questions why she didn't help.

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Millie Milliken
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Chloe Gray
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Here’s why podcasts are a feminist tool

We can't let new platforms mirror the sexism and diversity issues of traditional media.

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Careers

How to find a career mentor to help you succeed at work

Whether you’re looking for some hard-hitting advice or just want a shoulder to cry on, getting a career mentor could be the secret to your future success.

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Marisa Bate
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