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Diversity Now

Diversity Now is a project by Lauren Corless. Her essay extracts and images look at the gender stereotypes often placed on women within our society. During her research Lauren got to know a handful of women within the creative industry who are breaking down these stereotypes and interviewed our very own EIC Beccy Hill about her views on on diversity and what the future holds. Scroll down to read more.

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Sister meets...Club Foof

Sister meets Hope & Sav, the two brains behind Club Foof, an online space for 'people with vaginas, or people who know people with vaginas.' They're aiming to break down the taboo of lady parts, one foof at a time.   Hi Hope & Sav! First of all how did you both meet? We met in high school when we were about 14. We became really close friends and took a gap year together, and are now at the same uni and living together. How did the idea for Club Foof come about? Was it a gap in the market you both felt needed filling? We had the idea ages ago. We were really inspired by the group of girls we grew...

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UKHC Women

Carly Tyrell is a photographer who specialises in live music and portraiture photography. She has had work published in NME, Wolves Media, Discovered Magazine and been a part of many exhibitions across the UK and Vancouver. Her latest project 'UKHC Women' focuses on women throughout the UK who are involved with and passionate about the hardcore scene. "My project has never had the intentions of saying women are better than men. I primarily focused on women because the scene has always been male dominated, but there has always been women involved. Being a woman involved in this scene, I wanted to document all the other women who have the same passion for hardcore as me. I wanted to show people how beautiful...

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Katherine Lam

Katherine Lam is an illustrator based in the US who creates images with a strong atmosphere and mood. She's inspired by 80s films, fashion, American realist painters (specifically Edward Hopper and Andrew Wyeth) and 60s music. Although her work is varied, she primarily focuses on creating a image that feels still and quiet, though not necessarily peaceful. Her future goals include making a graphic novel and getting a pet frog. We take a look at some of her recent work. Thesis Social Isolation Domestic Violence  Visibility On The Shore Rooftops View more of Katherine's work here and here.

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We're Voting Labour

A lot of young people don't vote. There's numerous reasons for this, I didn't vote the first time I was legally allowed to because I was in my second year of University and my most pressing issue was whether you could use an alcoholic drink as a mixer for another alcoholic drink and I couldn't find a comment on that in any of the parties manifesto's. A lot of young people don't vote because they feel it doesn't affect them or that all politicians are the same or they simply just don't give a fuck. I know lots of great people who won't vote because they say they don't want to give credence to a political system they see as...

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