Head Theatre Editor Jay Darcy begins his influencer series, A Tough Act to Follow, by interviewing mental health and queer activist Max Hovey
How angry students are making sure their voices are heard – and why it’s finally time for us to listen
The International Olympic Committee claims that sport is neutral but that could not be further from the truth, argues Kate Jackson
The conference aims to encourage young people to discuss how they can contribute to the UN’s plans for climate change
The march kicks off at 6:30pm from Owens Park
Victoria Evans explores the wide-reaching impact of FGM and the importance of women’s sexual health globally
February marks the national education campaign, which will feature a theatrical performance at Manchester’s People History Museum
In Chile, students, writers, and feminist campaigners have protested a decision to rename the Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport to the Pablo Neruda International airport. They argue that Neruda, the renowned love poet, doesn’t deserve this celebration as he openly admitted to raping a maid in his 1977 memoir. He wrote that: “One morning, I […]
University is all about sex, but perhaps not in the way you may first think. We take a look at the sex-positive movements in Manchester expanding conversations and affecting change.
Aimee Butler explains how Gen Z are more politically engaged than ever, and how they are using technology to make a difference
Body positivity has had a massive boost from social media and big brands, but is there another way?
Features Editor Felix Hanif-Banks talks to comedian Josie Long about staying optimistic in a troubled society
Victoria Evans highlights the positive activism of ‘Madlug’: a brand fighting to end the stigma many children in care experience
Mia Edwards reviews an intimate night of feminist spoken word performance, reflecting upon the power of mutual support and the sharing of stories
Georgia Hickey talks to Laina Cores about the upcoming Sex Week, aimed at educating and empowering people about their sexuality.
Isabel Oldman sits down with ACORN Manchester to talk private renting, activism and educating student tenants
We trace the origins of the misogyny is hate campaign, and look at how public support in Nottingham hasn’t translated into concrete results