Tag : women

Style Edition: The brains behind the beauty

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Style Editor Ashleigh Stern tells of how she is finally able to embrace both intelligence and fashion Intelligence is much more than just acing exams and having an extensive vocabulary. Intelligence is being an independent person with a strong sense of self. When I think of the word intelligence, the first … Read More

The Real Brains and Beauties

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Amal Clooney Lawyer, activist and author Amal Clooney has a long list of notable achievements. British- Lebanese Clooney is currently a barrister for Doughty Street Chambers and specialises in international law and human rights. Her list of clients includes numerous high profile figures such as Julien Assange, founder of Wiki … Read More

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Charity work in the form of beauty products

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October is the month dedicated to raising awareness for Breast Cancer and the charities that raise money to fund the research and care required. Nearly 55,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer in the UK each year, making it one of the most important causes in the country. With the … Read More

Stop beliddleing women!

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After reading Rod Liddle’s misogynistic piece on Emma Watson, all you can do is gasp. The irony is perfect. A speech at the UN on fighting for the equality of women, dismissed as ‘whiny, leftie, PC crap’. There’s a difference between going crazy, political correctness, and fighting inequality. It’s ridiculous! … Read More

Duke University aims to ‘deconstruct toxic masculinity’

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While most universities are preparing for a perfect welcome for freshers, the Women’s Centre at The Duke University of Durham, North Carolina has come up with a rather interesting campaign. The Men’s Project is a nine week seminar which mainly focuses at ‘Unlearning Violence.’ The program strives to achieve two … Read More

Girls That Lift: Let’s break the stigma

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I’d like to attempt to break the stigma that is too often associated with girls in the gym. I’ve been lifting weights in the ‘boy section’ for over three years now, and have experienced all the looks, the questions, and the awkwardness which helps create the division of the ‘boy … Read More

The Greatest Gift is the Gift of Choice

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We live in a society where femininity is seen to be frivolity – where lipstick and jewellery are seen as meaningless decoration rather than artistic expression. However, anyone who has observed the perfect winged liner can tell you that this a huge underestimation. Not only can both fashion and make-up … Read More

Murder: The evolution of crime drama and the femme fatale

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In a world where ITV churns out crime thrillers like they’re going out of fashion, it’s refreshing to watch a brilliant piece of British drama that turns the genre on its head. The name and a simple summary might indicate that the series is another elaborate rip-off, echoing the massively … Read More

Women in Cyberspace: “A double-edged sword”

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William Gibson, famous science fiction author, described the Internet as a ‘cyberspace’, in which anyone can assume any identity and venture into a life that is not limited by their own physical appearances; a virtual community that continues to grow and expand as people find new ways to live their … Read More

"My initial idea was to empower women."

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According to ‘Prowess’, a UK organisation supporting women in business, women make up around 17% of business owners in the UK with numbers increasing in recent years. A survey from Prowess also found women are more likely than men to think about the social, ethical, and environmental considerations in business … Read More