Poetry

i’m fat so i’m unbeautiful by Sophie Edwards | International Women’s Day Celebration

*Trigger warning: disordered eating and discussion of weight* once a woman reaches size 16,  she becomes invisible. a ghost dressed in lace, if you will. the ghost has balloon breasts, laced balloon breasts, which can’t be sexualised because  it doesn’t count when a girl (or a ghost) is a size 16 with double j’s. christmas… Continue reading i’m fat so i’m unbeautiful by Sophie Edwards | International Women’s Day Celebration

Non-Fiction

Being a Woman by Naomi Phillips | International Women’s Day Celebration

In many ways, being a woman now is much easier that it would have been in the 1950s. Women have more rights, more freedom and more responsibility. With this, women also have more pressure. It is accepted now that women can be strong, powerful, heads of business, yet it is still presumed they will be… Continue reading Being a Woman by Naomi Phillips | International Women’s Day Celebration

Poetry

We One by Fairouz Elbarakawy | International Women’s Day Celebration

It's different, From the perspective Viewed and thought of It's dim, From the frame Of colours and sins It's not what dominance defines It's something more humanity, unidentified It's deep down in the woods Of "they are men,and we aren't them" It's been decades and years, Letting out the voice of WeCan, buried underneath Humiliation… Continue reading We One by Fairouz Elbarakawy | International Women’s Day Celebration

Poetry

My Body by Sophia Georghiou | International Women’s Day Celebration

is a Fortnum and Mason window display. A giant sun and moon hang down in an embrace, whilst at the crux, sit attractive hand-painted characters made out of thread glass moulds. The boy is hesitant to go inside, through fear he’ll spend too much. Unlike the businessman who shoulder checks me on the stairwell. Follow… Continue reading My Body by Sophia Georghiou | International Women’s Day Celebration