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I’m Still Looking For South Asian Role Models In …

I flicked on Bend it Like Beckham like I do once or twice a month. It’s my feel-good film, it…

Grl Talk: With Hafsa Lodi, Author Of ‘Modesty: A Fashion …

Hafsa Lodi is a fashion and lifestyle journalist with a BA in journalism and MA in Islamic Law. Her debut non-fiction book, Modesty: A Fashion Paradox was released over the summer, and explores the rise of modest fashion from cultural, religious, political, and feminist lenses, with the voices of over 40 female pioneers of the modest fashion movement.

Has Catcalling Warped Our Sense Of Self-Worth?

No woman wants to be catcalled, I feel the need to emphasise this before I start. I do not want…

Why Am I So Ashamed Of My Grief?

When I google the word ‘grief’ these are some of the results that come up; “Are you struggling to cope?”,…

Why We Must Stop Idolising Our Teenage Bodies

Many women are all too familiar with the feeling of seeing an Instagram or Facebook memory pop up from their…

Poetry Corner: How To Leave A City

I see you, nostalgia! Making the banal shape shift    Oh, you’re cruel But I welcome you in    I…

Growing Up Brown In Britain Meant There Were Times My …

The terms BAME (Black, Asian, and minority ethnic) and POC (people of colour)  are always used to group everyone who is ‘not white’ together. This is both highly unrepresentative and damaging.