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Coercion is Not Consent

According to the Cambridge Dictionary definition, coercion refers to ‘the use of force to persuade someone to do something that they are unwilling to do’ [1]. When you hear the […]

How Harvey Weinstein Exploited Women’s Dreams

Blue skies, streets lined with palm trees, a man jogging, and melancholy music marked the start of the new BBC documentary, Untouchable: The Rise and Fall of Harvey Weinstein. It […]

Introducing ‘Breaking Boundaries: Women at Queen Mary’, A New Series

I’d like to introduce you all to a brand-new series that will feature in the Muse section. Breaking Boundaries: Women at Queen Mary is going to explore what female empowerment […]

The Fresher’s Pressure – My take on the frenzy

Fresher’s week has finally commenced this year and as students take the plunge, diving deep into a year of intense academic studies and social activities, there still happens to be […]

Ladies, It’s Time You Try Solo Travel

I have always had a deep-rooted respect those who are independent: living life in a way that makes them happy and not being afraid to be on their own. I […]

It’s a Booby Trap!

I was 8-years-old when I got my first bra. This was quite a big deal for me as I was one of the first people in my class to start […]

Love Island: The Sacredness of Sisterhood

Love Island 2019 has finally come to a dramatic end, crowning Amber Rose Gill and Greg O’Shea as the rightful winners of the show. The series undoubtedly has a huge […]

Stonewall Riots Silver Anniversary: 50 Years of Pride

June 28th marks the 50th anniversary of the New York City Stonewall uprising, a series of protests that occurred over a six-day period and catalysed the gay rights movement. The […]

Begone Stigma: Women and Plastic Surgery

It is not uncommon to hear the words ‘fake’ and ‘unrealistic’ when a conversation about plastic surgery comes up. Guys will usually chip in their two cents and mention how […]