Emily Reynolds

Culture

why making rape victims hand over their phones is a step backwards

Reporting a rape or sexual assault is already difficult — and reports that police will be ordering rape victims to hand over their phones means it looks like it’s about to get even harder.
Emily Reynolds
4.30.19
Culture

breaking silence: changing the culture around sexual harassment at uk universities

In 2010, a landmark study found that one in seven students had experienced a serious physical or sexual assault during their time at university. While structural changes are undoubtedly taking place, the toxic culture of UK universities is harder to fix.
Emily Reynolds
4.1.19
Culture

how technology is tackling the stigma around sexual assault

A new wave of apps aim to protect victims, both online and IRL, and make reporting sexual crimes less traumatic and more user-friendly.
Emily Reynolds
3.14.19
Opinion

what's your side-hustle really costing you?

9 to 5 isn’t enough anymore: it’s 9 to 5 to midnight now. Anything less, and we start to feel an insidious sense of guilt.
Emily Reynolds
2.4.19
Think Pieces

is the government finally ready to give youth mental health the attention it needs?

Last week the NHS Long Term plan was announced, promising to give more money and resources to childhood and youth mental health. But is it a step in the right direction or just too little too late?
Emily Reynolds
1.11.19
Culture

a guide to which dating app is the best for you

Which one to download if you have your shit together? Which one to download if you want fill the void in your life with meaningless swiping? Plus more info.
Emily Reynolds
9.11.18
Culture

a guide to writing a good tinder bio

We spoke to some experts.
Emily Reynolds
8.16.18
Think Pieces

why this tweet about mental health services went viral

Going to A&E in the midst of a mental health crisis, writer Emily Reynolds was turned away with nothing more than a pamphlet. When she tweeted about the absurdly inadequate treatment, the response from others about similar experiences was overwhelming.
Emily Reynolds
8.14.18
love week

how do you handle dating with mental illness?

When you have to deal with things like anxiety and depression, dating gets another layer of complication. There is good news though: the vast majority of people are willing to accept and learn about mental illness.
Emily Reynolds
5.31.18