Think Pieces

Think Pieces

everyone you meet in a british heatwave

We wrote this before it got stormy.
Roisin Lanigan
7.30.18
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why do tv shows like insatiable continue to get produced?

Do we really need another show that suggests women value themselves by their bodies and men’s perceptions of them?
Precious Adesina
7.27.18
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ireland’s activists fight for free prep

The health of Ireland’s LGBT community hangs in the balance.
Brian O'Flynn
7.27.18
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what is the stress of the gig economy doing to our mental health?

And what we can do to protect ourselves.
Roisin Lanigan
7.26.18
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victoria’s secret is out of touch with what women want now

Has there been a shift in what sexy means?
Annie Lord
7.26.18
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satire isn't working

Sacha Baron Cohen’s new programme 'Who Is America?' only shows that the world has become too weird to be parodied.
Felix Petty
7.25.18
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looking back on the protests and politics of the russian world cup

How did ordinary Russians feel about it? And how did Pussy Riot’s pitch invasion figure in the country’s tradition of performance protest art?
Anastasiia Fedorova
7.24.18
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the grim fascination with ‘money diaries’

They say as much about society as they do about the participants.
Jake Hall
7.24.18
Opinion

there’s a lot more than just homophobia in that trump-putin kissing cartoon

Why are we so fascinated with the gay sexual power dynamics of world leaders?
Sessi Kuwabara Blanchard
7.20.18
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sexual harassment shouldn't be an accepted fact of life - that's why I brought my 'upskirting bill' to parliament

Activist Gina Martin took her experience of sexual harassment at a festival all the way to the Houses of Parliament. Here, she tells i-D about her journey so far.
Gina Martin
7.17.18
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the problem with kylie jenner’s almost billion dollar brand

“America loves black culture and not black people.”
Georgie Wright
7.16.18
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the truth about when we last made the world cup semifinals

Everyone keeps forgetting that England’s women’s team made the 2015 world cup semi-finals. Here's why.
Annie Lord
7.13.18