Writing by Hannah Forsdike // illustration by Freya Bennett // Asides from shutting down sexist norms left and right, female strength and fear is demonstrated through Carol and the other women in this film.Read More
Review of Lavender and Other Field Flowers by Mhari Grace by Hannah Forsdike // Her poetry is rich with nature themed metaphors and floral imagery, like the delicate petals of a flower and the life giving sunlight.Read More
Writing by Hannah Forsdike // Illustration by Sofie Birkin // My hope here is to encourage you to rethink about your relationship with fashion to help save this beautiful planet we are lucky enough to call home.
Writing by Hannah Forsdike // Illustration by Ayelen Lujan // An interesting comparison between masculinity and femininity can be made when comparing Jessica Jones to her male Netflix/Marvel counterpart Daredevil. While Jessica Jones emulates a feminine fear of being controlled, Daredevil portrays a much more stereotypically masculine fear of a physically debilitating injury or disability.Read More
Writing by Hannah Forsdike // Illustration by Franz Lang // Girls in this community are always accused of ‘faking it for attention’. Women who show an interest in ‘geeky’ content are quizzed relentlessly, forced to prove our knowledge for the right to call ourselves a fan.Read More
Interview of Bek Snelling by Hannah Forsdike // I’m so thankful for feminists and equal rights activists throughout history, without whom I would not have access to an education, have a promising career ahead of me or be able to properly share my opinions.Read More
Writing by Hannah Forsdike // More and more female characters in leading roles have been gracing our screens. Last year on Halloween it made my heart sing to see little girls trading in tiaras for lightsabers because on my street, Rae from Star Wars was by far the most popular costume choice.Read More
Writing by Hannah Forsdike // Illustrations by Abigail Thipgen // Looking back at it now, I only saw what I wanted to see through my bitter, teenaged, rose-coloured glasses: guys were nice and girls were mean.Read More