Stephanie Phillips is a London-based freelance journalist and content editor, specialising in music, race and feminism. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Being the new kid is never fun, so how do you overcome your fears to make friends and succeed at a new school?
Some people just aren't into having one partner at a time. If you're looking to share your romantic and sexual experiences with multiple lucky people, have a read of our guide to polyamorous relationships.
How acts like Nekra and Sacred Paws are taking up space to give UK people of colour punk role models.
It’s a tired and outdated myth that women don’t look out for each other.
To get through the long, tiring days many swear by a quick disco nap in the middle of the day to boost their energy and keep them focused.
Coming out as trans to big groups of people can be hard, especially when you don't know how they will react and you have to spend most of your time with them. Read our guide to help you choose how and when is the right time for you.
Sexual violence can affect anyone regardless of their gender identity or what type of relationship they're in. We look at sexual violence in the LGBT community and find out where you can get support.
Registering to vote is one thing but knowing who to vote for and what that means for you is entirely different. The Mix walks you through the main party manifestos to help you make up your mind.
Female genital mutilation, or FGM, is a painful and illegal process that involves cutting and removing a girl's external genitalia. If you're worried about FGM there are places to get support and advice.
Mythology, African traditions and legends infuse three very different 1990s films about black womanhood. Stephanie Phillips explores why black women’s stories in cinema often transcend the material world.
It can be hard to recognise if you’re being emotionally abused by a boyfriend or girlfriend. It's even harder to spot when it's coming from friends, family or co-workers. The Mix gives you a guide to recognising emotional abuse and the tools to break free.
What did Beyoncé see in Julie Dash’s dreamlike 1990s indie gem Daughters of the Dust? Here’s our guide to this story of black womanhood and how it influenced Lemonade.
The best documentary portraits of great musicians are precious glimpses into often turbulent lives of creativity and genius.
An article about the dangers of the internet may have your eyebrows raised but don't fret, we're not about to preach to you about how it was better in our day. We want to explore how to look after your mental health online and rise above the all-consuming demands of social media.