My Celebratory Journey From “I’m not like other girls” to an Unapologetic Feminist

By Yasmin Norvill Among the people in my life, it is no secret that I am a feminist. A glance at my social media or a few deep conservations at a party about the world will soon reveal the determination I hold for spreading the message of equal rights among the genders. Recently when speaking … Continue reading My Celebratory Journey From “I’m not like other girls” to an Unapologetic Feminist

Female Rage: Feminists in the sheets, apathy in the streets

By Europe & Me‘s Nicoletta Enria and Friederike Sandow Nicoletta and Friederike are back with another rage: this time they write about male complacency and entitlement — physically and psychologically. Manspreading and silencing womxn in public spaces is tiring, outdated, and we are sick of it. Nicoletta When I think of male complacency, I think of … Continue reading Female Rage: Feminists in the sheets, apathy in the streets

Why You Need To Give Your Platonic Relationships A Little Extra Love

By Charlotte Watts As a young woman living in today’s society, I can’t deny that I’ve fallen victim to the media and society’s pressures to ‘find the one’, as if this will magically solve every issue in my life and provide me with a never ending supply of happiness (fake news). It’s taken me a … Continue reading Why You Need To Give Your Platonic Relationships A Little Extra Love

Catalysing love at the end of the world: The philosopher’s toilet

By Europe & Me‘s Friederike Sandow A little over a year ago, E&M’s Friederike Sandow investigated romance and long-term relationships that have sprung out of a backpackers’ hostel on the outskirts of one of the most isolated cities in the world. She went back to that same hostel but, this time, to speak with a crowd of single backpackers. They talked … Continue reading Catalysing love at the end of the world: The philosopher’s toilet