The second instalment of the ‘Student Businesses to Follow’ series, which focuses on fashion brands
Ever tried to put your phone in the pocket of your new jeans and found it to be fake? Or your dress pocket is hardly big enough for a phone? There’s a reason for that.
The snubbing female artists and stories cannot be blamed on a lack of talent but reflects serious problems within awards bodies
Razor company Billie released their new campaign in summer, along with their #projectbodyhair to remove the stigma and normalise women’s body hair
In an exclusive statement to The Mancunion, Sara Khan stated the police are responsible for “systematic abuses women of colour and trans women on the daily”
Women make up just 17% of the charts, and sexism in the industry goes much deeper even in our local music scenes, writes Lily Martin
Victoria Evans speaks to Gaby Hartfield about ‘Once a Month’, a Student Action project fighting period poverty in a compassionate and practical way.
We trace the origins of the misogyny is hate campaign, and look at how public support in Nottingham hasn’t translated into concrete results
Rona McCann explores unsettling phenomenons that women and girls face every day and why we should all being doing more to eradicate them
Georgie Selwood takes a look at PPE and whether one size truly fits all.
Writer Reece Ritchie explores Mae Muller’s lyrics and inspiration during an interview touching on all aspects of her career
Reports showed the increase of attention on gender-based issues, but the lack of focus on those that are racial-based
Elena Bradley spills the ‘hospitali-tea’ on working as a young woman in the restaurant industry. Can you be both pretty and successful in hospitality?
Meet the society tackling the gender imbalance in strength sports to build an all-star team to take to University Championships
The annual march comes back to Manchester for its biggest year yet
Mia Gair sits down with Rugby Development Intern, Lucy Simper, to find out more about her role in changing female rugby participation at the University
Devi Joshi reviews the Women’s Theatre Society’s ‘Uncovered: Monologues by Muslim Women’