This week, Gillette shared a mawkish film paying lip service to the #MeToo movement. But, like many clumsy multinationals before them, they got it all wrong.
The organisation came under fire this week for putting speciesism on par with racism. Considering their history of publicity stunts, the headline-grabbing should come as little surprise.
Personal trainer and writer Ban Hass probes why so many people – both in the fitness world and out – are still so oblivious to the power of their own privilege.
As a trans man, I've seen first-hand how male privilege can transform your life. By giving us a platform, we can become valuable allies in the fight against misogyny.
The British curriculum deliberately erases the experiences of minorities throughout history. Until we confront this, Black History Month feels like a waste of time.
Companies like McDonalds, Deliveroo and UberEats need to learn how to treat their workers. Collective action is the only way to teach them.
Following a breakup, we find ourselves routinely scrolling the public timelines belonging to our ex partners, heightening our sense of loss. Yes, it hurts – but that’s the point.
Following Amber Rudd’s recent Partridge-esque Twitter video, we revisit some of our favourite examples of the Conservative Party being Very Bad At Internet.
While the French team may have been celebrated for its diversity, the case of Mesut Özil shows that football and multiculturalism still has a way to go.
On both sides of the Atlantic, the LGBTQ+ community is divided about the purpose of Pride celebrations in 2018. Justin Myers (aka The Guyliner) explores why.
By explicitly stating that trans women should be included on Labour all women shortlists, this progressive movement is ensuring that trans people are treated with respect and dignity. This, writes Dawn Foster, is worth celebrating.
Footballing legend and internet sensation Neville Southall takes on the biggest issues of our time. This week, he wants to fix our National Health Service.