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    Catch up on all the action from the 2019 #March4Women – as it happened

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    The 2019 Women’s March on London – as it happened

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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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Salena Godden's Courage Is A Muscle
Speak Up

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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The Women's March Against Donald Trump - Bring The Noise - live Updates
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The Women’s March against Donald Trump’s visit to London – as it happened

Stylist was live at the #BringTheNoise Women’s March protest in London

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Life

Meet the women spearheading this Friday’s protest against Trump

Will you be joining us to make a stand against Trump?

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Alix Walker
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Moya Crockett
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Susanna Reid should not be held responsible for Piers Morgan’s anti-feminism

Reid says men have accused her of enabling Morgan’s views. Why is it always women’s job to keep men’s bad behaviour in check?

Beauty

This limited edition red lipstick supports female empowerment

A red lipstick with even more clout than usual

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Jacqueline Kilikita
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People

Margaret Atwood recalls being told to pursue “finding a husband” not a career

“You should find a good man and get married ”

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Moya Lothian-McLean
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Visible Women

Women’s Daily Dispatch: All the news you need to know on 22/1/18

Highlights from the women’s marches, a warning about smear tests, and good news for women film directors.

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Moya Crockett
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Visible Women

Meet the woman who orchestrated the Time's Up Women's March

Attorney and activist Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu is Stylist's Woman of the Week

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Moya Lothian-McLean
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Life

These 13-year-old girls reimagined Disney Princesses for the Women's March

"Bright, young women, sick of swimming, ready to *stand*"

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Megan Murray
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Life

Natalie Portman was the victim of "sexual terrorism" at 13

It came after her first role, aged 13, in Leon: The Professional

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Emily Reynolds
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Kayleigh Dray
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Scarlett Johansson shames James Franco for sexual misconduct in defiant speech

This is the Women’s March speech everyone is talking about

Life

Hundreds march against sexual violence for 40th anniversary of Reclaim the Night

"It was so empowering to be part of a movement fighting to give women back the safety they should feel"

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Megan Murray
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Life

Us too: it’s time to make every Harvey Weinstein feel small

Half the world accepted abuse as part of their life and the other half walked around blind

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Anna Fielding
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Life

A date for the Women’s General Strike has been set

“It must be a feminism for the 99%”

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Moya Crockett
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Fashion

“I’m just getting started”: the slogan t-shirts taking on Trump

Reformation's new line donates money to good causes

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Amy Swales
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People

Hillary Clinton has an important message for nasty women everywhere

“The future is female”

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Kayleigh Dray
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People

The best A-list Instagrams from the week so far

From Kristen Bell's marital memories to Beyoncé and Blue's mini-me moment

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Nicola Rachel Colyer
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Anna Brech
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“Disgusting and overrated: we should all be the women Trump despises”

“Disgusting, overrated, nasty: we should all be the women Trump despises”

People

Ewan McGregor cancels ‘GMB’ appearance in defence of the Women’s March

"Didn't realise @piersmorgan was host. Won't go on with him after his comments about #WomensMarch"

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Harriet Hall
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