Siobhan Norton

Siobhan Norton is assistant editor at the i paper

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I was a Woman Against Feminism too

But as I grew older, and hopefully wiser, my attitude started to shift

The SB Collective: A room full of skinny, beautiful people but not a b*tch in sight

Siobhan Norton tries out the fitness craze that operates by invite-only

A studio flat for rent in Kember Street, north London, for £170 a week.

I don't want to live in a shoebox: Playing London's perilous property game

How can finding somewhere decent to live be so difficult?

Psycle claims to offer high intensity, low-impact spin classes - but will you smile while you sweat?

I have always been scared of spin classes. My balance is rubbish, even on a bike that's welded to the floor. Couple that with a room full of wildly competitive people and someone yelling at you to cycle faster – hell on wheels.

10 best yoga accessories

Whether you’re an old hand at yoga or new to the exercise, this kit will help to perfect your poses

Renee Zellweger as Bridget Jones

Time to change the image of single women in their 30s

We need a role model other than Bridget Jones or Carrie Bradshaw

Bunny business: Siobhan Norton with a member of the Toon Patrol at Future Cinema’s interactive presentation of ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’ at the Troxy in east London

Future Cinema: Why just go to see a movie when you can dress the part - literally

As my eyes adjusted to the gloom, I could make out the queue snaking down the alleyway. A glamorous crowd despite the dubious surroundings, the trilby-wearing men preening just as much as their befeathered female companions. Murmurs of hushed anticipation were all that you could hear as a mob of... well, mobsters... patrolled the crowd, watched at all times from the shadows by a motionless, silent man, clad head-to-toe in black.

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