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“12 Sex Things Men Really Don’t Give a Crap About”: My Response

Cosmopolitan Magazine has been, for many tweens and young adults alike, the sparkling gemstone of sexual exploration and understanding. After reading my first “Cosmo” I lay in bed staring at the glow-in-the-dark stars stuck on my ceiling and hoped I’d never have to “spice things up and tickle a ball, or two”. But nonetheless, my … Continue reading

Women In Leadership: What Needs to Change?
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Women In Leadership: What Needs to Change?

St Paul’s Cathedral with its entrenched traditions and ancient historic resonance acted as a playground for feminist thought as Liz Bingham, Shami Chakrabarti CBE, Ceri Goddard, Revd. Rose Hudson-Wilkin and Frances O’Grady shared their experiences, trials, tribulations and success as figureheads for women in leadership positions. With every seat filled with anticipating businesswomen, women of … Continue reading

Young Offenders: Are We Treating the Symptoms Not the Cause?
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Young Offenders: Are We Treating the Symptoms Not the Cause?

Garden Court Chambers is renowned for its work defending Human Rights and Civil Liberties and therefore was a pertinent, significant venue for the Not Shut Up magazine summer issue launch in conjunction with the unveiling of the Made Corrections “Inside Out” exhibition. While fizz was flowing and small talk brewed, I could have been at … Continue reading

Scoop Up Your Partners and Lindy Hop: Get More London
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Scoop Up Your Partners and Lindy Hop: Get More London

Upon arriving at More London’s Scoop amphitheatre next to the Mayor’s Office I was met with jollity and excitement as people lindy-hopped and swing-danced their way through the warm up dance class. Although a little disappointed that Ronnie Scott’s Rejects had cancelled, their follow up act the Red Rooster Band were equally as charming; the … Continue reading