Whether you like clowns, feet, attractive/rich people, or simply want to cheat on your partner...
This kind of controlling behaviour can isolate partners, and experts believe, lead to domestic abuse. From reading messages, to Geotagging, or recording conversations - do we need help finding boundaries in the digital age?
The trend of photographing others goes beyond 'manspreading', it also includes people who are overweight, disabled, or 'unfashionable': but what gives us the right to shame a stranger?
We should treat the obese with a little compassion
Of course teenagers will send naughty pictures online; it's hormones meets technology. Let's not hold that against them
Sixteen million people in the UK feel depressed because of how they look. One in five have avoided going for a job they wanted because of their body image, and one in four say it has held them back from a relationship. What is going on?
People who are addicted to food should be treated with the same compassion we offer to those suffering from anorexia or bulimia
The incident wasn’t about sex as much as it was about race
From pornography to skipping meals, too many children don't know where to turn when they need help and advice
If you’re going to live your life according to the teachings of a book, you should at least study it in an objective way
Rebecca’s body is from hard graft; something she wasn’t handed at birth and which she has gone on to do amazing things with. We can't compare them on the same things
After the rise in labial-reduction procedures, perhaps girls should be shown pictures of a range of vaginas in the classroom to help broaden their understanding of 'normal'
There’s a vast difference between refusing to fade into the background and wilfully attempting to fool people into believing you are younger than you are
Are we genuinely interested in tackling the complicated issue of increasing obesity in our young people, or do we just want to have someone to blame?
As a result of feminism's sharp trendiness trajectory, the worst thing one can be accused of in 2013 is ‘misogyny’. But who are we really angry with?
If you want to talk ‘modesty bags’ let’s shield our children’s eyes from news headlines that implore us to objectify women in the worst possible way