'I was the victim of financial abuse'
Louise was getting her life together after her divorce. Then her new partner needed a loan....
An alternative to Valentine's Day: Galentine's Day
Chrissy Iley loves Galentine's Day -- an antidote to 14 February and the requirements of Valentine's Day.
Poems for midlife
Allie Esiri's collection A Poet for Every Day of the Year features poems for life's big and little moments. We excerpt ones for empty nest, hope, love and more
How to find Mr Right in midlife
A biologist’s approach to dating shows that embracing our power and shunning alpha males will get us what we want
Hormone Hell: two perimenopausal ladies on a canal boat...
In this extract from Rosie Wilby's 'The Breakup Monologues,' an enjoyable trip goes awry...
Four generations of Oxford women
The women in Eleanor Mills's have been going to Oxford for 4 generations. It's important, but not for the obvious reasons, she reveals.
My name is Minreet. It's racist to get it wrong
There is still no place in multi-cultural Britain for names that don't have an Anglo-Saxon heritage.
Porn for kids is not the answer. Better sex ed is
Teen girls think it is normal to be choked or throttled during a snog
The pornification of teenlife
Teens and porn: School used to be about the three Rs – now it’s XXX
Teens are watching porn more than ever, changing their behaviour and identities in ways we need to address now.
Moongre: The Indian vegetable that reminds me of family
This vegetable that Minreet Kaur picked and ate in India connects her to her past
Being Punjabi and divorced shouldn't define my life
Aged 40 and divorced, Minreet Kaur had to overcome ingrained prejudice to regain her independence