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Isla Whateley
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Recent Social Anthropology graduate at Edinburgh, passionate about feminism, mental health and disability rights.
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Aiming to solve childhood obesity shouldn't unintentionally target those with eating disorders.

Why showing calorie counts on menus is a bad idea

Aiming to solve childhood obesity shouldn't unintentionally target those with eating disorders.

From festivals to museums, there's something for everyone.

A Fresher's cultural guide to Edinburgh

From festivals to museums, there's something for everyone.

Being misgendered isn't any fun

Pronoun badges: why they are so important

Being misgendered isn't any fun

A reflective and personal piece of theatre.
Truly fascinating and entertaining to watch.

Fringe review: Playlight Robbery @ Just the Tonic at the Caves

Truly fascinating and entertaining to watch.

A silly show bound to make you laugh.
Think Trainspotting, but set in Belfast with techno music.

Fringe review: East Belfast Boy @ Summerhall

Think Trainspotting, but set in Belfast with techno music.

A great value show, perfect for pub-lovers!
An incredibly well-crafted and very funny set of stand up.

Fringe Review: Joe Sutherland: Toxic @ Underbelly

An incredibly well-crafted and very funny set of stand up.

Truly funny and incredibly well-written.

Fringe review: Egg: Richard Pictures @ Pleasance Courtyard

Truly funny and incredibly well-written.

Fringe review: Harriet Kemsley: Slutty Joan @ Voodoo Rooms.

Fringe review: Harriet Kemsley: Slutty Joan @ Voodoo Rooms

Fringe review: Harriet Kemsley: Slutty Joan @ Voodoo Rooms.

A must-see for this year's Fringe.
A group focused on creating more inclusive stories and meaningful roles for women.

Interview: Feminist collective 'Paprichoo' on their Fringe show Number, Please.

A group focused on creating more inclusive stories and meaningful roles for women.

Tips and tricks to get through the world's biggest arts festival.

How to survive the Edinburgh Fringe

Tips and tricks to get through the world's biggest arts festival.

The snack treat perpetuates negative mental health stereotypes.

Poundland's Nutters are not ok

The snack treat perpetuates negative mental health stereotypes.

But how, exactly, are Rees-Mogg’s views dangerous? Let’s have a look at his voting record...

The danger of the 'funny posh politician' Jacob Rees-Mogg

But how, exactly, are Rees-Mogg’s views dangerous? Let’s have a look at his voting record...

The only city where you can have all four seasons in a day

Welcome to Edinburgh: your new university town

The only city where you can have all four seasons in a day

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