young women

Barbie x Makers UK presenter Poorna Bell, hosts a panel discussion with BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge host Clara Amfo and poet Nikita Gill, inspiring young girls to achieve their dream career by trusting their inner voice and never listening to the word ‘no’. #MoreRoleModels #BARBIE60 #YouCanBeAnything
Barbie x Makers UK presenter Poorna Bell, chat to female engineer Yewande Akinola and scientist Mala Mawkin about their incredible careers and how they got started on them, at the Barbie Be Inspired Workshop. #MoreRoleModels #BARBIE60 #YouCanBeAnything
46% of girls and young women aged 17-21 have sought help for their mental health
The stories in the news are about ingrained and institutional sexism, the abuse of power and the lack of commitment of individuals and organisations to challenge and confront those accused of harassment and assault. These issues are prevalent in and outside of places of work. They are not new.
Over a quarter of 16-24-year-old women now experience a mental disorder, an all-time high, mostly accounted for by anxiety related disorders. This rare rise makes young women three times more likely than young men to experience mental ill health.
It is beyond doubt that for young people in this country today, who are caught up in an increasingly celebrity-idealised culture with 24-7 social media connectivity, that the impact of body image anxiety is incredibly worrying.
Wednesday's Autumn Statement announcements may help families who are "just about managing", but what about those who are
Researchers have also blamed Brazilian waxes for the rise in interest in labiaplasties
Girls as young as 15 are asking their doctors for genital plastic surgery because they are afraid they don’t look normal