Literal Hotties: Frances Cha’s IF I HAD YOUR FACE
"I am so overwhelmingly jealous of anyone who gets to read this for the first time, because you bitches are lucky enough to experience the magic of Cha’s writing and the vivid world she has created."
Sisters Uncut talk to Aurelia about who they are, what they're fighting for, the importance of people's right to protest and why we should all turn up and join the ongoing #KillTheBill movement.
Yousra Samir Imran shares her experiences of guilt when a chronic illness meant she could no longer fast during Ramadan.
Charlotte Colombo writes about her experiences of living with OCD, intrusive thoughts and false memories, and finally arriving at a stage where she feels hope for the future.
Our columnist Chloe Plumstead reflects on the father-daughter relationship she always wanted but never had, and how she came to understand such complex emotions.
"The title serves as an excellent catfish, luring readers who may be searching for further tools on how to break down the racism in their brains ... and urges you to learn how to think, rather than telling you what you should think."
Eliott Rose shares his experience of gender identity clinics, how these clinics often focus on gender as a binary concept, and what this means for young trans people and access to treatment.
Our columnist Charlotte Moore writes about the first place she could explore her queerness: AO3, the online space for fanfiction.
Nessa Humayun writes about her relationship with alcohol; where it began, the effect on her family members, the famous literary drinkers of the past, and where she is today.
Anna McKibbin writes about making the local cinema her second home after moving to London for university, and how she can't wait to get back.
Being told that institutional racism doesn’t exist takes the weight off oppressive systems and puts it onto the individual. Imani John-Clare asks, "If it isn’t systemic racism that I’ve experienced all my life, then what is it?"