In 2020, you'll no longer see sanitary towels with ♀ on the wrapper.
Other emoji additions include a sloth, flamingo, orangutan and skunk 🤷♀️
'Exclusion isn’t always verbal.'
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Skittles gave up their rainbow, whilst brands from Barclays to Tesco are supporting new colourful versions of theirs. A hit with the creative industry, we have to ask if these temporary brand gestures can create a truly meaningful and lasting impact to the LGBT community?
The multi-lingual, multi-cultural nature of the show understandably pulled in an international fanbase and the show's focus on timely issues only further cemented the loyalty it received from its diverse audience.
Mental Health Awareness isn't just about a day, a week or even a month, mental health awareness is about a culture. Shoe-horning a culture shift into a week is not giving it the respect it deserves and will not work. What we need is long-term strategies to embed these changes.
On the evening Tahj tweeted: “What a great way to kick the prom season off with my bestie. “I’m humbled and glad to say that
'It gives you a sense of acceptance that people realise you’re part of our society, too.'
When Tineka Smith married her husband, she suddenly realised just how few cards catered to their relationship. Smith is
Meryl Streep's speech at the Golden Globes last night has been the talk of Hollywood and beyond. The standing ovation speaks
During the trial, 72% of journeys were said to be easier as a result of the badge, in 86% of journeys participants reported feeling more confident when asking for a seat and 98% said they would recommend the badge and card to somebody who requires or would benefit from it.
How much power does one dress have? Image credit Justin Lambert The dress - a symbol of woman - oppression, femininity, frivolity
Politicians do a disservice to the public to pretend otherwise. It is possible to celebrate difference while encouraging cohesion, but that is not by - out of fear or misplaced respect - ignoring the symbols that divide. It is possible to laud tolerance while criticizing those (flag-wavers?) who undermine it.