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Eleanor Margolis is a freelance journalist.
As a child, I’m not sure it had occurred to me that a day devoted to binge eating and arguments was anything other than extremely Jewish.
Turning your “coming out” into an implied brag about your IQ without a doubt qualifies as “being a dick”.
The premise of her new Channel 4 doc is simple: Kathy Burke meets various women, running her hilarious gob about the beauty industry and modern feminine ideals.
She let me pay for the wine, which presumably she thought I needed as someone with the face of a child and the hair of Jamie Lee Curtis.
It’s a shame that everything they do will now be seen as representative of the few other women in their field.
If you looked hard enough in the 90s, the queers were there, sort of.
The horrific case of a lesbian couple violently attacked in London is all too familiar.
The Tales of the City writer on his new Netflix show, dinner parties with Christopher Isherwood and growing up gay in the 50s and 60s.
She’s not woke, she’s the poshest woman in the world. Literally.
Please help yourself to a Greggs sausage roll, a permanent state of dread, and the following advice for living in London.