The rise and demise of Google+ may have passed by unnoticed, but the lack of concern shown by big tech towards their consumer’s privacy is still disconcerting
Although the UK is one of Europe’s leaders in LGBTQ+ rights, belonging to the LGBT+ community still entails many everyday difficulties
British women may enjoy more freedoms than they have ever done before, but this does not mean that the battle for gender equality has been won
Emma Watson’s reading group Our Shared Shelf is the most popular group on Goodreads.com. With the growth of such groups both on and offline, is the way we do feminism set to change?
The most tangible and effective change we can make to our personal environmental impact is to address our production of and attitude towards waste
Feminism has become a dirty word, but are the negative connotations fair?
Zero-hour contracts, unsafe conditions and unsociable hours: who suffers when we benefit from cheap deliveries?
Using CGI to create digital humans is nothing new. So why are the digitial supermodels created by luxury brand Balmain so disconcerting?
The compassionate quality of attention that Care and Black Daisies pay to their elderly subjects remind us of the care which NHS employees wish they could provide, but rarely can.
In pressurising us to aspire to unreaslisitic beauty ideals, diet culture makes us feel ashamed of our bodies. A backlash, however, is taking root.