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This New Code Word Can Help You Get Out of a Dangerous Situation

There's a new sexual assault and violence awareness campaign that focuses on helping people feel safe when they are out at bars. Read More »

14 Reasons Sex Education Needs To Be Mandatory In Schools

Sex and relationships education (SRE) is something young people in the UK receive in piecemeal. Read More »

Proposed Laws in the UK Ask for Greater Protections for New and Expecting Working Mothers

After several instances of concern were raised for new and expecting mothers in the United Kingdom, the Commons Women and Equalities Committee decided to step in. Read More »

10 Important Quotes From Young British Women With Mental Health Issues

Anxiety, stress and depression affect many people in the UK. A report released in August 2016 by the Department for Education found that more than a third of teenage girls in England suffer depression and anxiety. Read More »

This Is the First Time the UK and Germany Have Had Women as Leaders at the Same Time

For the first time in history, the two arguably most powerful women in Europe are leading their nations at the same time. Read More »

Watch Theresa May's First Speech as the First Female UK Prime Minister Since Margaret Thatcher

Theresa May, Prime Minister of the U.K., delivered her first speech in her new role outside of 10 Downing Street on Wednesday. Read More »

Why Being Called a 'Bloody Difficult Woman' Like Theresa May Is Actually a Good Thing

British conservative politician, Ken Clarke incited a Twitter storm yesterday after he called Theresa May — a favorite candidate for the position as the next British prime minister — a "bloody difficult woman." Read More »

Absolutely Fabulous Is Back, Sweetie Darling!

In 1992, “Absolutely Fabulous”, Joanna Lumley and Jennifer Saunders’ take on the exuberant and excessive world of fashion PR and the Notting Hill set became a household name. Read More »

How The UK’s Domestic Abuse Laws Have Changed Since Sara Thornton Was Freed

“Forgive myself? Not yet” were the words uttered by a vindicated Sara Thornton on the day a judge ruled that the death of her husband was not murder. Read More »

Celebrating Women's History Month in the UK

To know what women can achieve and the obstacles that still face us/them is vital in the quest for gender equality. Read More »