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Amelia Tait is a freelance journalist, and was previously the New Statesman's tech and digital culture writer. She tweets at @ameliargh
As an anorexic teenager, I could tell you the calories in a Communion wafer. Plans for calorie counts on menus are a danger to anyone with experience of disordered eating.
I had been having an enjoyable evening with a silly movie, and then – boom – misogyny.
Depressed workers, terrible bosses, infinite pettiness: why the end of office life is one of the few things worth celebrating about the pandemic.
I have no idea where he was going in the picture – but it's nice to see him now that he's gone.
MLMs such as Avon have seen a surge in sellers during lockdown – but will the new recruits benefit?
Do we really want to write books, or do we want to have written them? This is something lockdown is forcing me to reckon with.
Many young readers consider Rowling’s statements a complete betrayal of her own books.
Now that I think about it, the cinema is probably the place where my phone is farthest from my body.
My time-wasting is so severe that I’ve been known to procrastinate leisure.
How a slew of dramas and documentaries encouraged amateur sleuths to convict people for the crime of being slightly odd.