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Considering it was released in 2001, you might forgive The Princess Diaries for its loveable but dubious plot line. However, Mia Thermopolis is one of hundreds...

Not a big fan of the consumerist Christmas? Treat your friends and family to some feminist gifts from these amazing independent sellers – and be confident that...

We have all seen something we don’t like on Facebook, be it your ex on holiday with their new boyfriend or a group photo from the night you threw up drunk...

“When we tell a boy to ‘act like a man’, we’re effectively saying, ‘Stop expressing those feelings.’ And if the boy hears that often enough, it actually starts...

  Welcome to my new regular article, entitled Crip the Week, in which I’m going to tackle the most prominent stories from each week in regards to disability...

Our perception of beauty is moulded by the images we see promoted by the media in TV shows, movies, magazines, or on social media. We don’t see much diversity...

Occasionally binge-eating what felt like mountains of food in one evening is what allowed me to hide my eating disorder for years, not only from others, but...

  Welcome to my new regular article, entitled Crip the Week, in which I’m going to tackle the most prominent stories from each week in regards to disability...

  Warning: this post contains a description of a sexual assault I’m not usually one for getting involved in hyped up, trending, viral campaigns that are...

“Everyone gets depressed,” my dad would say, rolling his eyes at me and my mother when we spoke openly about our mental health. He didn’t understand...