With its haunting exploration of societal expectation and idealised womanhood, Daphne du Maurier’s ‘Rebecca’ is still as relevant today as it was in 1938.
Viv Albertine, the progressive, punk icon: “There was no one I could identify with. No girls played electric guitar. Especially not ordinary girls like me.”
Each of our product reviews is championing a woman who is an expert in her industry… “The beautiful New Forest and the surrounding coastline continually inspires me, out walking the dog, riding my bike or travelling around to meetings and deliveries”.
In our latest book review, we’re casting a critical eye over Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s latest offering in light of her recent controversial comments.
Still haven’t seen Sharon Horgan’s brilliant transatlantic anti-Rom-Com? Here are five reasons to get caught up in time for Season 3.
The fact that I have read ‘Lean In’ by Sheryl Sandberg twice already is a testament to what a great read it is, and I will admit that there is a high likelihood that I will read it a third time in the next few years.
Major awards contender ‘Hidden Figures’ is finally ready for its UK release, but how does it stack up as an intersectional, feminist movie?
I’ll always remember the disappointment of realising I had run out of Jane Austen’s novels to read. It felt as if an important friendship had ended. That I had lost the voice of someone trusted. I have the same feeling about HBO’s Girls – written and performed by showrunner and all-round infamous woman Lena Dunham. Because when Season […]
With women only accounting for 17% of business owners, we need more people like Michelle to ‘rock the boat’ and change these statistics.
Lynn is the perfect example of a woman shattering the gender barrier, in one of the most incredible stories I have ever had the pleasure of reading.