It Should Not Take A Global Pandemic To Shift To Remote Working
As the UK gears up for what some are describing as an Italy-style shutdown, companies across the country are scrambling to ensure that their staff can work from home.
But as we fire up our laptops and share articles about how to resist the temptation of daytime television an important question remains – why do so many workplaces remain underprepared?
I Was Stalked By An Ex-Boyfriend. Finally A New Law Is Taking Victims Seriously
Being stalked by a former partner can make you doubt your choices. A new law to protect accusers early on is a step in the right direction.
How #strongnotskinny Became The "Nothing Tastes As Good As Skinny Feels" Of Our Time
Aspirational body types are changing. But is idolising strength really any better than idolising skinniness?
What "A Year To Find Love" Tells Us About The Underside of Dating
When we’re bought up with stories of big bad wolves and women murdered by men they’ve spurned, behaviour such as tracking a disinterested person down online or bombarding them with messages takes on a more sinister edge.
The New Male Pill Is A Reminder That Medicine Is Still A Feminist Issue
At the age of 24 I became the statistic that doctors tell you not to worry about. The estimated 12 women in every 10,000 who get a blood clot on the pill per year.
What Dating With Anxiety Taught Me About Love
First of all, a new match notification or getting asked out by that hot-but-definitely-a-fuckboy guy you’ve exchanged a stream of witty messages with is not a reward.