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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
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brb texting, it’s all about voice notes now

If you want to get close to someone, send them a voice note, maybe you can get stuck inside of their head.
Annie Lord
7.11.18
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should we really be celebrating kylie removing her lip fillers?

Maybe not.
Georgie Wright
7.11.18
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what is it with everyone getting married so young?

For starters, it’s a good way of pissing off your mum and dad.
Annie Lord
7.10.18
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the original WAGs had a hard time, but is it any better for them now?

They literally had to hide behind huge sunglasses.
Annie Lord
7.9.18
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this week in homophobic bias and hypocrisy

Instagram’s censorship of an image of gay couple kissing proves there’s still a long way to go.
Georgie Wright
7.6.18
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why can’t scarlett johansson stop being so problematic?

The actress is the latest in a long line of cis actors playing trans characters.
Georgie Wright
7.5.18
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this is how to not be a douchebag to women on the street

Just some things men can do to make women feel more comfortable in public spaces because it is our pavement too.
Annie Lord
6.27.18
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How to Stop Instagram from Ruining Your Holiday

The constant photo pressure, comparing yourself to others, FOMO even while you're supposed to having fun… here’s how to actually enjoy your hol.
Emily Goddard
6.26.18
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here’s why haul videos need to change

A closer look at the YouTube subculture and its impact on shopping habits.
Jake Hall
6.21.18
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when did we start referring to ourselves as queer?

The history of the word queer takes in everything from Oscar Wilde, to the Stonewall Riots, to reality TV.
Yusuf Tamanna
6.19.18
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are we pushing horror film actors too far?

Actors are putting their mental health at risk for movies that push the boundaries of fear.
Emily Kirkpatrick
6.8.18