In 2013 Claire Lawrie decided to make a group photo of black LGBTQ friends and acquaintances to celebrate what they meant to her and more importantly, what they mean to the collective history of London’s alternative club, fashion and dance scene.
A review of Jarman Award 2018 winning artist Daria Martin’s exhibition ‘Tonight The World’, and thoughts on citizenship from About Timers.
I was told I might have problems getting pregnant, due to my BMI.
In fact, I fell pregnant the first month of trying.
Stories about women and by women were recognised at the recent Oscars. Below a comparison of a worthy winner (The Favourite) and nominee (Can you ever forgive me?) to inspire you to if you’ve not already seen them!
Welcome to Edition FIVE of About Times in which explore the creative outputs of women.
In Everywoman, Jess Phillip, Labour MP for Birmingham Yardly gives a frank account of her experiences as a working-class woman trying to make a difference and offers advice and encouragement to others striving for a fairer world.
Helena Kennedy QC third book is about the need for legal reform for women, focusing on the ways in which the legal system penalises women just for being women.
Putting our time (and energy) where our mouth is—to make change happen on International Women’s Day 2019
If you’ve heard all this about Naomi Osaka before, then you’ll also know that her off-court personality seems to be as noteworthy as her on-court success. She’s a little bit awkward, her interviewers write; very shy.
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