Creative professional Kate Lois Elliot recounts her years spent living in an all-female house, and how the experience formed her into the woman she is today.
Maggie Wilkinson is a sixteen-year-old poet and self-published author currently residing in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Her second poetry collection, 'High Waisted', came out in January of this year.
Megan Corbett recounts her experience growing up in Catholic schools, where the message ‘don’t get pregnant’ was the basis of her sexual education classes. Now, with an outside perspective on her time there, she reflects on the importance of sex education for young people across the curriculum.
Amy King writes about her experience of seeing Rupi Kaur live in Glasgow, Scotland, where she read with Rupi herself on stage. She celebrates the talent of Kaur as the 25-year-old poet who topped bestseller lists and who shares her work as a "feminist powerhouse of shared experiences".
Amy King writes about the relationship between feminism and marriage, and whether marriage can exist as something which empowers women.
Founder of Femini Magazine, Lydia Ibrahim, discusses some of her frustrations with the current Western feminist movement and how this could be changed.
Male Gaze Editor, Emily Ingram, talks about navigating through her late teenage years and later life, whilst dealing with the impacts of a domestically abusive environment.
Amy King looks at the advancements made in Scotland as the first country to offer disadvantaged women free sanitary products, as well as looking at how we should be approaching the conversation of menstruation across the world.
Our ‘creative of the month’ is Breakthrough Brit, Daisy-May Hudson. As the young director and producer of ‘Half Way’, Daisy documented the traumatic experience of journeying through the rehousing system in the UK – alongside her mother and younger sister. Femini's Editor, Sophie, caught up with Daisy-May to talk about her inspirations to film and the process of transforming a scarring experience into inspiration
Rabee Baghshani is a digital artist from Iran, and is the latest artist to enter the Iranian art landscape. Her renditions represent a hybrid of east and west, where she bridges together her country's cultural history with our present pop culture. She discusses her unique satire and influences from around the globe with Hannah Crosbie.
Sundes Al Blushi discusses the rights of unmarried women in Kuwait when it comes to their sexual health and her experience with several doctors in her quest to get a basic cervical cancer test
Samah Salaime tells us the story about Huda, a Palestinian woman, and how she navigated through life as a woman
Ali Al-Shehabi is a 23 year old of Bahraini origin, who grew up in Dubai for 21 years of his life and had started photography in the early summer of 2016. His journey started by getting into an accident that left him physically handicapped only for a couple of months. During his recovery phase, he used up his time to browse the internet and look at photographers works to inspire him & eventually lead to pursue it as a hobby.
Elspeth Taylor explores a poignant collection from London Fashion Week 2018, Christopher Bailey's rainbow-inspired Burberry attire. But is the bold message behind the pieces as bold as the colours which are used?
Elspeth Taylor questions the "feminist" agenda of Dior, in face of their unrealistic clothing fittings and £500 t-shirts
Tom Grantham uses photographic edits in order to raise awareness to tokenism in the fashion industry and the grotesque conditions which it raises about society
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