Editors Blog

Editors Blog

The War On Women: Feminist Fantasy Or World War III?

The War On Women: Feminist Fantasy Or World War III?

The Santa Barbara shooting. The Christian Sudanese woman sentenced to death for her belief. The two Indian girls brutally raped and hanged. The Pregnant Pakistani girl killed by her own […]

Editors Blog

WEEKLY WRAP UP VIDEO: Gender Violence & YesAllWomen

WEEKLY WRAP UP VIDEO: Gender Violence & YesAllWomen

Each week we upload a video to our Youtube channel called the ‘GTHQ Weekly Wrap Up’, where our editor-in-chief Asha Dahya shares her thoughts, opinions and stats on an important […]

Editors Blog

Why Is An Educated Nigerian Girl Such A Threat To Extremists & Terrorists?

Why Is An Educated Nigerian Girl Such A Threat To Extremists & Terrorists?

This is a question which has been swirling in my head almost a month after the nearly 300 Nigerian girls were kidnapped by Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram. Everyday citizens […]

Editors Blog, Politics

Over 200 Nigerian Girls Were Kidnapped…So Where’s All The Media Coverage?

Over 200 Nigerian Girls Were Kidnapped…So Where’s All The Media Coverage?

It makes me sad to think we live in a world where over 200 girls (Associated Press puts the official number at 276 girls) are kidnapped from school all at […]

Editors Blog

My Three Major Problems With The Sexist Snickers Commercial

My Three Major Problems With The Sexist Snickers Commercial

I’m sure most of us have already seen this Snickers commercial, and shared it on our social networks. When I first started watching it I had a visceral reaction because […]

Editors Blog

Why Building A Brand Is Vital To Millennials

Why Building A Brand Is Vital To Millennials

“Building your brand”. It is a phrase we millennials hear often. Why is it important? Do we have to work in sales or business to have a brand? What if […]

Editors Blog

Why Lupita Nyong’o’s Speech About Beauty Affected A Brown Girl Like Me

Why Lupita Nyong’o’s Speech About Beauty Affected A Brown Girl Like Me

As you can see I am a brown girl. I am Indian by ethnicity, but grew up in England and Australia. Sure, both of those countries have a melting pot […]

Editors Blog

The Very Thing You Fear Will Be The Key To Your Freedom

The Very Thing You Fear Will Be The Key To Your Freedom

As I was driving home in Los Angeles on a busy Monday evening, as soon as my car left the on-ramp and settled nicely into the middle lane I breathed […]

Celebrities, Editors Blog, Fashion & Beauty

Lena Dunham Vogue Cover: “Accepting Yourself Is More Important Than Success”

Lena Dunham Vogue Cover: “Accepting Yourself Is More Important Than Success”

It finally happened. After all the rumors of Anna Wintour “courting” Girls creator/writer/star Lena Dunham, she appears on the US version of Vogue for February 2014. It is the first […]

Boys We Like, Editors Blog, Politics

Why Women’s Rights (And My Personal Life) Became Better Thanks To Nelson Mandela

Why Women’s Rights (And My Personal Life) Became Better Thanks To Nelson Mandela

This past weekend I went to see the new movie Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom based on Nelson Mandela’s autobiography of the same name. The fact that the former South […]

Editors Blog

Hey World. Stop Censoring Revolutionaries. They Create Change!

Hey World. Stop Censoring Revolutionaries. They Create Change!

The notion of a revolution, a revolutionary, or a revolutionary idea is an uncomfortable one. While decades later we cite examples of the founding fathers of America breaking away from […]

Editors Blog

“I’m Happily Dating An Unappreciative Jerk Who Secretly Watches Porn” Said No Woman Ever…

“I’m Happily Dating An Unappreciative Jerk Who Secretly Watches Porn” Said No Woman Ever…

Well actually, it’s not so secret because you’ve caught him a few times, right? If I could make money off the amount of times my girlfriends repeated this title, I […]