Feminism is, in one possible way, like the Bullingdon Club: you’re not in it just because you say you are.
Maisie Barker looks at the so-called ‘tampon tax’ and wonders if George Osborne has ever said the word ‘tampon’.
Is bigorexia putting pressure on us to become bigger and bigger?
Alex Mitchell contemplates why there’s still a ban on blood given by men who have sex with men.
Alex takes a look at the latest political drama unravelling in Australia and considers what lessons it has for the rest of us.
Jacob Bloomfield reports from the frontlines of the campaign for Jeremy Corbyn in Manchester.
Adam Prince gives his impressions of Urban&Civic’s plans for the old Origins site on the edge of Manchester’s Gay Village.
Alex gives his opinion on the Labour Leadership result and what should happen next.
We chat to Anna Phylactic about her time on the doors at the Marriott for pride.
Alex discuses the ongoing refugee crisis in Europe and what Britain’s response to it.