Chloe Hamilton

Chloe is a writer for The Independent, i, Independent on Sunday, Independent Online and the Evening Standard.

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If men are so obsessed with their genitals, why do they clam up when confronted with the grisly realities of sex?

Most men say they wouldn't take a male contraceptive pill, and I'm not surprised

Zayn and Perrie in their selfie making full-on duck faces, kissy smooches as they pose next to each other

How to play Celebrity Break-up: The dos and don'ts of dumping or being dumped if you're famous

Do not, under any circumstances, be pictured with the hot nanny

Temples of Angkor

Lonely Planet reveals the best tourist attractions in the world – including Angkor Wat, the Great Barrier Reef and Machu Picchu

Lonely Planet’s new book ranks the top 500 travel sights on the planet

People enjoy the water fountain in the landmark Lustgarten in Berlin earlier this summer

Bank holiday in Berlin

The best offer on one holiday done three ways

Laura Bassett signs autographs for England fans after the quarter-final victory

Women's World Cup: Despite the England team's tweet, the Lionesses can be mothers and successful football players at the same time

It's not enough for girls to succeed on the pitch, they must succeed in the home too

Pink has become lazy shorthand for pretty, quiet, and female – isn’t it time that changed?

We all need to reclaim the colour, and fast, lest it do any more damage

Brandon Flowers performs on stage at Brixton Academy

Brandon Flowers, O2 Academy Brixton, review: Killers frontman tries too hard to stand out

The stage seemed a lonely, flat place without his band mates

Soon I was taking more than 100 pictures of sockets and switches before work. I’d get locked in a cycle of checking and it could take me up to 45 minutes to leave the house.

'I was taking more than 100 pictures of my oven before work, and couldn't stop thinking about knives': What it's really like to have OCD

Anyone who describes themselves as 'a bit OCD' when they're just a neat freak needs to know what happened to me

The best islands in the world, as voted for by TripAdvisor users

From Ko Tao in Thailand to Fernando de Noronha in Brazil

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