Catherine Lloyd, Copy Editor, condemns the recent trend of reducing women’s corporate and business successes to the term “girlboss” The term “Girlboss” is the verbal equivalent of a pat on the head or worse, a participation medal. And women are cladding themselves in t-shirts, carrying tote bags and drinking from water-bottles emblazoned with the phrase […]
Alina McGregor explores the bias behind the lack of female nominations for Best Director at the 2020 Oscars.
Print Lifestyle Editor Anna Romanvoska reflects on the greater need for online protection against sexual harassment following US ban
Elinor Jones, Print Science Editor, scrutinises the ‘perfect’ summer body by exploring the bikini’s past and present.
Anna Wilmot explores whether there is a future to the male contraceptive pill.
Natalie Tongue voices her contempt towards the misogynistic attack against Katie Bouman, responsible for the first ever photo of a black hole.
Growing up, my mum never wore or had much makeup so, when I entered secondary school, I quickly realised I didn’t have much of a clue. But, with the arrival of acne, concealer fast became an essential of mine and soon mascara and foundation found their way into my daily routine too. However, year 9 […]
They tried to sabotage it. They tried to bring it down. They tried to make sure no one saw it. But Captain Marvel soared above it all. I’m sure you’ve heard by now of the smear campaign against Brie Larson and her new movie for Marvel Studios, but in case you haven’t, here’s what went […]
Online Editor, Ellie Cook, contextualises the Spanish’s capital’s feminist demonstration and the reality of being swept up with the International Women’s Day events.
Januhairy – this isn’t going to cut it As January drew to a close, so too did the aptly named ‘Januhairy’: a campaign created by Exeter student Laura Jackson that has garnered international media attention as women pledged to stop removing their body hair for the month of January. The intention of the campaign was […]