All posts tagged Muse

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 […]

Milan Fashion Week Spring 2020

Milan Fashion Week has always been a proponent of gracefulness, beauty and a celebration of culture. This season was largely no different, with shows exploring femininity and women within their […]

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 […]