WORDS Eleni Zachariou ILLUSTRATION Ciaran Walsh On Monday 22nd March, a coalition of “squatters and autonomous activists” took to Instagram...
As the government prepares to provide the police with increased powers and crack down even harder on protests as part of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, we must reflect, once again, on the role that the police force plays in imposing and conducting state-sanctioned violence on those who are most marginalised and exploited in society.
WORDS Rachel TraffordILLUSTRATIONS Ella Devi Dabysing Content Warning: Suicide, rape and abuse mentions Rechel had already written her suicide note...
As more people turn to sex work during the pandemic, we asked an experienced Cammer on what advice they wished they had before camming.
In celebration of International Women’s Day 2020, independent label Knots & Vibes presents GYAL TIME, a video campaign highlighting the strength, confidence and power of female Dancehall dancers.
Since its emergence in the late 1970s, Dancehall has always been a male-dominated space. Characterised by computer-generated rhythms and highly sexual, often violent lyrics, the genre not only plays an integral part in Jamaican culture but has also become increasingly influential to musical sub-cultures worldwide.
Aiming to support female artists, The Ugly Girls Club is the new Brighton based collective praising women for their ideas and intelligence.