The Grammy-nominated musician and bisexual icon talked to Teen Vogue about the state of the world


Back in May, Grammy-nominated musician and bisexual icon Phoebe Bridgers shared her abortion story on Twitter amid the attack on reproductive rights in the US. There’s a lot to be angry about in the current state of the world. And Phoebe expresses the rage that many of us feel, on the cover of Teen Vogue where she screams at the camera. 

In her cover interview, the musician addresses abortion, the #MeToo movement and misogyny within the music industry. Phoebe is using her voice and speaking out about her own experience with abortion in hopes of making life easier for others by reducing the stigma that surrounds it. She gave a shout-out to Planned Parenthood when recounting her own abortion saying “I was very held during it.” 

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The shortlist for the British Society of Magazine Editors Awards 2022 has been announced and in exciting news our editor-in-chief has been shortlisted for the coveted Editor of the Year – Independent Award, sponsored by Magculture. 

Things got spicy when Cate Blanchett took on Hot Ones 

While enduring flaming wings on the popular YouTube show, Cate Blanchett talked Lord Of The Rings, playing a monkey and her upcoming film Tár.

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Sydney WorldPride’s CEO, Kate Wickett, shared her top tips for the ultimate queer trip to Sydney. 

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