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Lydia Morrish

Lydia Morrish

WikiTribune, United Kingdom

l.morrish@newsmavens.com

Lydia is a staff journalist at WikiTribune, where she writes about politics, women’s rights, inequality, sexual politics and more. Previously she headed up the women’s rights and political content at Konbini for over two years. In 2016, she made ‘Building Big’, a documentary about bigorexia and male body image. Her work has also been published in Dazed & Confused, Refinery29, Vice, Lyra, Banshee and Buffalo Zine. She is based in London.

Gender pay gap revealed at Britain's broadcast giant

"It is not men earning more because they do more of the jobs which pay better. It is men earning more in the same jobs or jobs of equal value"
Lydia Morrish recommended by Lydia Morrish WikiTribune, United Kingdom
15 Jan 2018 United Kingdom

The next sexual revolution is in robotics

Sexual disorders, such as addiction, erectile dysfunction, trauma, and even pedophilia could be curbed with sex robot therapy. However, could subordinate playthings lead to further objectification of women and acceptance of sexual violence?
Lydia Morrish recommended by Lydia Morrish WikiTribune, United Kingdom
9 Jan 2018 United Kingdom

Is Brexit regret a thing? Not in east London

It was thought that many 'Leave' voters regretted their decision after the referendum. That is not the case in Dagenham, where 62.4% of votes were cast in favor of leaving and, months later, people still stick to their guns. 
Lydia Morrish recommended by Lydia Morrish WikiTribune, United Kingdom
22 Dec 2017 United Kingdom
#Gender in 2017: Workplace Rights 25-29 Dec 2017

#Gender in 2017: Workplace Rights

Of course the year's biggest gender inequality stories of the year was sexual harassment in the post-Harvey Weinstein world, but 2017 was first and foremost a year of news about women fighting for rights at work.
Weekly Hindsight by Lydia Morrish WikiTribune, United Kingdom

The Grenfell tower fire: a symbol of poverty and desperation in Britain

Survivors and their families not only have to deal with an intrusive press and official investigators, but also with tourists taking selfies in front of the tower. Luckily, a group of dedicated volunteers is protecting it.
Lydia Morrish recommended by Lydia Morrish WikiTribune, United Kingdom
18 Dec 2017 United Kingdom

Israeli and Palestinian voices speak out about Trump's declaration

Trump “acts in a very irresponsible way. He will not have to clean up his mess. He will not have to deal with the consequences of his policies. We will have to suffer because of Trump’s reckless behavior.”
Lydia Morrish recommended by Lydia Morrish WikiTribune, United Kingdom
11 Dec 2017 United Kingdom

Where can LGBTI people be safe?

When LGBT and gender-diverse people move from Africa or Central and South America to Europe, their persecution continues. They face further danger and, in some cases, murder.
Lydia Morrish recommended by Lydia Morrish WikiTribune, United Kingdom
4 Dec 2017 United Kingdom
Autonomous women: the fight for worldwide gender equality 27 Nov-1 Dec 2017

Autonomous women: the fight for worldwide gender equality

Send this article to people who don’t think feminism is necessary in a world where the UN has to initiate 16 days of activism against the continued violence towards women.
Weekly Hindsight by Lydia Morrish WikiTribune, United Kingdom

Rebalancing power could prevent sexual harassment

Sexual harassment is one of the most common forms of the abuse of power. “If more women run the show, men aren’t going to act like such animals. They’re going to have women reminding them to be better behaved,” claims a Berkeley professor.  
Lydia Morrish recommended by Lydia Morrish WikiTribune, United Kingdom
27 Nov 2017 United Kingdom

Saudi Arabia's young prince hunts for power

Mohammed bin Salman has set out to reform the Kingdom. Among the changes he has rushed into effect are long over due liberties for women.
Lydia Morrish recommended by Lydia Morrish WikiTribune, United Kingdom
20 Nov 2017 United Kingdom

Drivers of London's iconic black taxis are over Uber

Andy, a former chemical engineer, is studying 80 hours a week ahead of the memory test mandatory for taxi drivers in London. "I speak five languages, I’ve got two degrees, and this is easily the hardest thing I’ve done."
Lydia Morrish recommended by Lydia Morrish WikiTribune, United Kingdom
14 Nov 2017 United Kingdom

Gloria Steinem on what's important for modern feminism

The fact that now, for the first time, there are fewer females on planet Earth than males, tells us that the dangers of physical annihilation, or the occupation of our bodies, are the ones that cover the most ground.
Lydia Morrish recommended by Lydia Morrish WikiTribune, United Kingdom
6 Nov 2017 United Kingdom
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