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The internet can be an ugly place, especially for young people who identify as LGBTQ+.

LGBTQ teenagers are creating new online subcultures to combat oppression

The internet can be an ugly place, especially for young people who identify as LGBTQ+.

Many children and young people are already living with the effects of global climate change.

Climate change: young people striking from school see it for the life-threatening issue it is

Many children and young people are already living with the effects of global climate change.

The brooding, dramatic trailer for Frozen II generated a lot of excitement on its release last week.

Frozen II: return of the strong female characters that little girls need to see

The brooding, dramatic trailer for Frozen II generated a lot of excitement on its release last week.

The prize-winning British novelist died on February 14th.

Andrea Levy: her important body of work set out what it is to be black and British

The prize-winning British novelist died on February 14th.

Yet feminist, minority and queer activists have argued that selfies can be a way for people to represent and take pride in their identity.

Indian women from the outskirts of Delhi are taking selfies to claim their right to the city

Yet feminist, minority and queer activists have argued that selfies can be a way for people to represent and take pride in their identity.

'Every time you see yourself it’s a message that you matter, that you’re part of the national story.

Introducing the Riz Test: Defining how Muslims are misrepresented in film and TV

'Every time you see yourself it’s a message that you matter, that you’re part of the national story.

The time for action is now – this is the mantra being taken up by Generation Z across the world.

Greta Thunberg at Davos: why Gen Z has real power to influence business on climate change

The time for action is now – this is the mantra being taken up by Generation Z across the world.

The way women have been advised to take the combined contraceptive pill for the last 60 years unnecessarily increases the likelihood of unplanned pregnancy.

Contraception: the way you take the pill has more to do with the pope than your health

The way women have been advised to take the combined contraceptive pill for the last 60 years unnecessarily increases the likelihood of unplanned pregnancy.

Most new digital technologies tend to be designed with an able-bodied user in mind.

How we're designing musical instruments with the help of disabled musicians and VR

Most new digital technologies tend to be designed with an able-bodied user in mind.

2019 is set to be the year the world changes the way that it eats.

Why we shouldn't all be vegan

2019 is set to be the year the world changes the way that it eats.

Bandersnatch represents the latest mainstream offering in interactive storytelling.

Bandersnatch is just the start – the next big thing in interactive media is AI storytelling

Bandersnatch represents the latest mainstream offering in interactive storytelling.

Most of us have turned to food to make ourselves feel better at some point.

How difficulty in identifying emotions could be affecting your weight

Most of us have turned to food to make ourselves feel better at some point.

No sector in the UK has more enthusiastically embraced globalisation than higher education.

Brexit, xenophobia and international students: how to combat 'public paranoia’ over immigration

No sector in the UK has more enthusiastically embraced globalisation than higher education.

Streaming an album 27 times uses more energy than producing and manufacturing a CD.

The environmental impact of music: digital, records, CDs analysed

Streaming an album 27 times uses more energy than producing and manufacturing a CD.

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'We are going to be making decisions based on science and data … no advertisers, no snake oil salesmen, or fucking Saatchis.'

Brexit: The Uncivil War – what it told us, and what it didn't

'We are going to be making decisions based on science and data … no advertisers, no snake oil salesmen, or fucking Saatchis.'

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