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Princess Football; why the FA doesn’t need Disney

There appears to be a fundamental difference between how the FA sees women and girls and how we see ourselves. Teaming up with Disney to ‘encourage more girls into the sport’ seems like a colourful PR stunt in order to look progressive. In actual fact, they are doing all of us a great disservice by…

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A web comic. Text by Brenna Jessie, No More Page Three Campaigner Images & Design by Jo Harrison, Illustrator & No More Page Three Campaigner On Twitter, a day or two after Jodie Whittaker had been revealed as Peter Capaldi’s replacement for the new Doctor Who, Jo read an eloquently angry thread by the tireless…

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Sanitary Conversations

Period isn’t a dirty word, but for a hella long time period poverty has been thought of as an area too murky to dive into. The grim reality is that whilst we’ve been whispering in hushed tones about our time of the month, many folk across the UK and beyond are forced to go without…

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Little Mixed up about what to wear?

image by itv The press (and the public) have lost their minds over Little Mix’s choice of attire for their performance on the show that birthed them just a few short years ago. Performing in what appeared to be the love-child of a 90s Madonna corset and a roll of gaffa tape, Little Mix set…

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It’s Not Justice

  This week seems like the perfect time to tell you about a new campaign we want to lend our support to. Set up by an amazing team of women, including former and current members of NMP3HQ, It’s Not Justice seeks to provide a space for survivors of sexual assault, abuse and rape to share…

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An open letter to Newsnight

Dear BBC Newsnight, You describe yourself as “late night in-depth news” and so what I tend to expect is a pre-bedtime grilling of notable events and issues. But last night I felt as though I was somewhat short-changed. You interviewed Michelle Gayle about the ‘culture’ young footballers are immersed in, and it was implied that this…

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Report from Uganda : Abortion

by Sumy Sadurni As I sat down across the table from Joy, listening to the methods that Ugandan girls and women use to perform unsafe abortions, I grimaced and crossed my legs as a natural reaction. Joy Asasira and James Zeere, from the Centre for Health, Human Rights and Development (CEHURD) based in Kampala, the…

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