This article explores the true reality of the discrimination facing female artists in the music industry, with a focus on grime.
Around 27% of the global population is in their reproductive age, thus, has their period. Still, sanitary products are expensive which is causing problems to women and girls everywhere. Continue Reading
Professional women’s footballers in Spain made history last November, when the first collective agreement – protecting player rights and salaries – was reached. This came shortly after a player strike Continue Reading
The year is 2020, and the United Kingdom is finally taking steps to eradicate period poverty and make sure that girls will no longer miss school because they are menstruating. Continue Reading
It’s March 2019, and Madrid’s Wanda Metropolitano stadium is packed to the brim in eager anticipation of a decisive fixture between Atletico and Barcelona. No, I’m not talking about Continue Reading
Last week Argentine women turned up in the thousands to the central square of Buenos Aires to demand legal abortions. Waving their green scarves—the symbol of the movement—in the air, Continue Reading
Chalked across the sidewalk in Russell Square in bright rainbow colors are the words: “You’re too cute to walk alone.” If you’re female and reading this, this is already all Continue Reading
The fourth-round of the women’s FA Cup provided plenty of goals and action. The real women’s football story of the weekend, however, played out before one match had even started. Continue Reading