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‘I lived in constant fear’

These are the words of Nazma Khan, who founded World Hijab Day, which was on 1 February 2018. Khan immigrated to New York from Bangladesh when she was just 11. ‘Wearing a hijab was a direct sign that I was Muslim, I lived in constant fear. I was called names such as Osama Bin Laden…

Sex Survey 2019

Being a virgin at university

The conversations regarding sex and sexual experiences at university can be really exciting. Liberating. Informative. But how do you engage with these conversations when you’re a virgin? I’m in my second year at UEA and am a virgin. I would say that I’m not ashamed of this, but I think the anonymity of this article…

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