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Isla Whateley
Edinburgh, University of
Fourth year Social Anthropology student, passionate about feminism, mental health and disability rights.
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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

Body shaming is all too common. Here's how to block out the hate and learn to love yourself.

Loving yourself: How to be more body-positive

Body shaming is all too common. Here's how to block out the hate and learn to love yourself.

Labels can help make us make sense of things, but are they always helpful?

Sexuality is fluid: Why LGBTQ+ labels don't help us

Labels can help make us make sense of things, but are they always helpful?

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