Natalie Letch
I’m Natalie, and I am a Postgraduate Masters Research student at the University of Gloucestershire, where I am looking into the increasing rise of feminine vintage and women’s magazines. Alongside practical work experience, I am hoping to become a successful journalist in the magazine industry, writing about women’s lifestyle and issues that matter to women and our society.

Blog Entries by Natalie Letch

It's Not About Pro-Life, It's About PRO-CHOICE!

(0) Comments | Posted 12 February 2013 | (11:48)

Abortion. A word that divides nations, is taboo and continues to cause controversy. Women have been having abortions, be they backstreet botched abortions or even taking to using a knitting needle or coat hanger since the mid-late 1800's when abortions were first made illegal. The Abortion Act 1967...

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India: United In Grief & Anger - Will This Be A Catalyst For Change?

(0) Comments | Posted 30 December 2012 | (20:39)

Logging onto my Facebook news feed yesterday I was confronted with a photograph of a young Indian girl holding up a banner, amongst thousands of protesters, with the powerful statement scrawled with red pen, "You raped her because her clothes provoked you? I should break your face because your stupidity...

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How Wrong You Are Carla, We DO Need Feminism!

(0) Comments | Posted 11 December 2012 | (16:28)

'Feminist' a word that conjures up images of a hard, single and bitter woman who due to her beliefs has had to forgo a happy marriage and children, oh and has hairy armpits and continually rants on about women's I right? Yep, thought so.

'Feminism' has become a...

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