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There’s Someone for Everyone, Everyone But You: The Politics …

Growing up, I was a pretty girl. Styled in my mom’s handmade dresses, my long, thick hair intricately woven into…

How Living With A Chronic Illness Affects My Mental Health

In January 2019 I was sitting in front of a consultant, on my own, in Royal London hospital, being delivered…

The FGRLS Team Are Sharing Their #FreePeriodStories – And You Should …

 Amika George – founder of the Free Periods initiative and teenage period poverty activist – recognises the great progress that…

Grl, Uninterrupted: Fuck Gym Harassment And The Male Gaze, Long …

Earlier this year, Glamour reported that the gym gender gap was keeping women from working out, and ultimately affecting their health. Calling on US studies that showed that marginalized groups have it even worse—young black women were the least likely group to report any physical activity, and given the discriminatory policies trans and nonbinary people face in sports environments, experts suspected their participation rates were even lower.

“I’ll Wear It When I’m Skinny”

Ah, the mantra which characterised my teenage years. Also exchangeable for, “my best life will start when I lose weight”.…

The Internet’s Best Reactions To Nike’s Plus Size …

Despite Tanya Gold and other fatphobes, internalised or otherwise, coming out against Nike’s plus size mannequins, there’s been an influx of love for them. The negative voices are loud, but they’re not the many – a survey by Gold Support found that a massive 83% of people want more sportswear brands to follow the example set by Nike and include plus-size mannequins in their advertising.

GRL Talk With: Alice From The Lowdown

We’ve written a lot in the past about the confusing world of female contraception, and weighed up the merits and…