If Sex Education Classes Will Not Talk About Consent, Then We Will

Hannah Tasker looks at the multitude of problems in our current sex education curriculum and thinks it continuously fails our younger generations. The statistics of rape and sexual assault numbers in the UK are, as we all know, alarmingly high and it was only last week that figures were published regarding […]

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Book Review: Rachel Pashley’s New Female Tribes

Mollie Quirk reviews the feminist must read. Feminism is something that is becoming more and more popular. Females are becoming increasingly empowered, and this is something that is taking the world by storm. From the #MeToo movement, to countless #BodyPosi advocates, the upskirting bill and so much more – feminism […]

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How The Case Of Noura Hussein Raises Core Issues In Global Feminism

Jemima Elliott discusses the case of Noura Hussein. Trigger Warning: this article contains discussion on rape and sexual assault. Noura Hussein is a name you may well have heard in the past few months, although admittedly not as much as I would like. Noura is a nineteen-year-old girl from Sudan. I […]

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How Netflix Series ‘Master of None’ Confronts The Racial Stereotyping in TV

Katie Sanghera reflects on how the Netflix series challenged stereotypes. It seems that there has been the beginning of a breakthrough in television with the representation of ethnic minorities in the form of Netflix series ‘Master of None’. Aziz Ansari plays the character of Dev, a 30-year-old living in New York […]

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