Ashaye Brown Shares An Exclusive Extract Of ‘Dream Country’ With …

Ashaye Brown is a young British author of Afro-Caribbean descent, with an unparalleled passion for mythology which led her to study…

Period Products: Why In-Store Language Needs to Change

Saying the word ‘period’ in an unapologetic, matter-of-fact and normal-volumed way can often be viewed as controversial, inappropriate, and ‘TMI’.…

The New Victims’ Code Is Promising – But It’s Still …

On April 1st, the Ministry of Justice announced the enforcement of its new ‘Victims’ Code’. The code arrives at a…

Shop Our FGRLS CLUB x SEXPRESSION UK x Hazel Mead …

FGRLS CLUB has teamed up with illustrator Hazel Mead to create a charity t-shirt in aid of Sexpression UK a student-led charity that empowers…

The ‘Spy Cops’ Bill Would Allow Violence Against Women To …

Sarah Everard’s death was a tragedy that impacted everyone that loved her and every woman that heard her story. Sarah’s…

Since the CHIS was first discussed in the House of Lords in October 2020, the Centre for Women’s Justice has campaigned for the government to decline this bill or at least limit the offences to ensure that women’s safety is prioritised and there is access to justice for the survivors. The government denied their petition.

Why Women Are Always Blamed For The Violence Men Perpetrate …

He had “a really bad day.”  And with that statement, the shooter of eight people was exonerated. I had a…

TikTok Is Letting Girls ‘Like Things’ Unapologetically

Practically everything that teenage girls like has become a source of popular anger. Growing up in the 2010s, any mainstream…