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The Internet is bringing out our maddest grievances

Heydon Prowse by Heydon Prowse

Whether they’re great or small, most disagreements get a wide airing nowadays – and corporations are happy to make money from the fallout.
#MeToo was the beginning, but we’ve got a hell of a long way to go

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#MeToo was the beginning, but we’ve got a hell of a long way to go

by Harriet Marsden

‘We do not live in some utopic paragon of gender equality, simply because it suits Western societies to assume we do.’
Weekend Watch: Yi Yi

Movies

Weekend Watch: Yi Yi

by James Oliver

Our latest film recommendation is Edward Yang’s final, self-questioning work.
Feminism beyond hashtags: the importance of Clementine Crawford’s story

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Feminism beyond hashtags: the importance of Clementine Crawford’s story

by Drugstore Culture

Her story is a parable of the resilience of structural sexism. We stand shoulder to shoulder with her.
How to be a heart-throb in 2019

Movies

How to be a heart-throb in 2019

by Olive Pometsey

Timothée Chalamet is rewriting the rules of celebrity crush stardom.
Virginity Now

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Virginity Now

by Nichi Hodgson

New research into when people lose their virginity provoked anger this week – but it should really provoke questions about virginity itself.
BREXIT COUNTDOWN #5: It’s good to talk

Politics

BREXIT COUNTDOWN #5: It’s good to talk

by Matthew d'Ancona

By stipulating that he will not even come to the table unless his terms are met, Jeremy Corbyn has broken the habit of a lifetime.
Why fight Brexit when the world is literally ending?

Politics

Why fight Brexit when the world is literally ending?

by Johnny Lucas

The answer: because remaining in the European Union could help with our environmental problems.
BREXIT COUNTDOWN #4: Lunchtime update…

Politics

BREXIT COUNTDOWN #4: Lunchtime update…

by Matthew d'Ancona

…because we know you just can’t get enough of this story.

Politics

BREXIT COUNTDOWN #3: About last night...

Peter Hoskin by Peter Hoskin

Theresa May's defeat puts us squarely in bat country – we can’t stop here, and all bets are off.
What the country needs is not a vote of confidence in May, but a fresh referendum

Politics

What the country needs is not a vote of confidence in May, but a fresh referendum

by Drugstore Culture

This parliamentary test will resolve nothing.
Why wouldn’t you want to be the best a man can be?

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Why wouldn’t you want to be the best a man can be?

by Olive Pometsey

Gillette’s latest advertising campaign has sparked online outrage, but why?
Welcome back, True Detective

Television

Welcome back, True Detective

by Matthew d'Ancona

Just two episodes in, Season Three is already reminiscent of the show’s excellent first season.
The night I was mistaken for a call girl

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The night I was mistaken for a call girl

by Clementine Crawford

The daily indignities faced by women are being obscured by the emphasis upon #MeToo.
BREXIT COUNTDOWN #2: Maybe this time….

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BREXIT COUNTDOWN #2: Maybe this time….

by Matthew d'Ancona

‘Been away, now it’s back. Although, to be honest, it never went away.’ The DRUGSTORE CULTURE Editor in Chief breaks down the latest Brexit news.
Missy Elliott makes history

Music

Missy Elliott makes history

by Olive Pometsey

The rapper will become the first woman in history to be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Poetry speed dating at the T. S. Eliot Prize shortlist reading

Poetry

Poetry speed dating at the T. S. Eliot Prize shortlist reading

by Peter Chappell

Our writer rounds up an evening of poetry from those in the running to win one of the UK’s most coveted awards.
The future of music is female

Music

The future of music is female

by Olive Pometsey

The 2019 BRIT Award nominations show that the world is finally taking female voices seriously.