June Eric-Udorie is a 17-year-old writer whose writing has appeared in Cosmopolitan and the New Statesman among others.
The author of Only Ever Yours tells June Eric-Udorie why she’s tackled the issue of consent in her new novel.
If there's anything that Labour could learn from this, it's that spamming us doesn't make us want to engage in party politics. It only turns us off.
Unemployed young people will be forced to attend a three week intensive scheme, or they see their benefits scrapped. But we shouldn't be pointing fingers at those most vulnerable.
As part of the Black British Girlhood exhibition, Adama Jalloh created the Identity project to show what's it like for black girls getting their hair done in South London.
An 11-year-old Paraguayan girl was raped and denied an abortion. This kind of dehumanisation is also the reality for women much closer to home.
A new report has foud that the conditions at the immigration detention centre have seriously deteriorated, making it "a place of national concern".
Donald Trump's comment that Fox's Megyn Kelly was "bleeding out of her wherever" proves why we need to tallk about periods and do away with the stigma and silence.
None of the 46 Rape Crisis organisations have secured funding beyond March 2016. When will the government start caring for women's needs?
Demonstrators mark the one year anniversary of the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.
To make the world a better place for women, we not only need an intersectional approach to our feminism, but we must find a way to stop fighting and start working together.