Modern day witchcraft is different from modern perceptions, and everything you probably assumed about it. But in this wild world of magical items, fairy sightings and spell jars, you may find yourself beginning to believe in something that is very much different from your usual world of religion…
Today, on International Woman’s Day 2021, lets talk about women and men, who don’t call themselves feminists
I don’t know a single girl who hasn’t had a toxic relationship with their mothers and dieting. For as long as I can remember, my mum has talked all things diet, from working out, to getting slim for summer, to eating nothing but protein for weeks at a time.
Laura Menendez writes from her perspective from reading Virginia Woolf, on motherhood and why feminism is so important when looking at gender roles
Heather Dalgleish talks about her experiences with body hair and learning to feel feminine no matter what you choose.
Few wives can claim to be the root of religious turmoil in Britain for the next 500 years, but Anne Boleyn was one such woman. A formidable bastion of wit and grace, Heather Dalgleish argues – and investigates why she met the end she did.
Everyone has their place in the world. We all belong somewhere. We all have a voice, and we should all be able to speak up for what we care about. But sometimes, despite good intentions, our actions have consequences we didn’t expect. Maybe sometimes we should let someone else speak. Someone else who has overcomeContinue reading “In Patience, and in Silence, Lies Revolution”
Any history lesson will teach you the basic fact: those accused of witchcraft were predominantly women. Heather Dalgleish dives into the sexism surrounding witchcraft accusations throughout history.
London-born Amber Barrow (19) is chair of the Feminist Collective Society at the University of Manchester. Bloom writer Katy Faulds conducted an in-depth interview on the society’s recent popularity boom, and the nature of feminism itself.