Our all-royals podcast, Make It Reign, is exposing the ins-and-outs of working for the royal family. Do you have what it takes?
Earlier this week, Faye D’Souza, the editor of Mirror Now a news channel in India, was hosting a panel discussion about women’s dress in the country when D’Souza herself faced wild sexism: one of the panelists said D’Souza should come to work in her underwear. Here’s how it all happened: The panel was discussing the criticism Indian actress Priyanka Chopra recently faced for wearing a knee-length dress (considered by many to be too short) to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The panel also discussed Indian actress Fatima Sana Shaikh who was lambasted for wearing a bathing suit during Ramadan.
As a mom of a child with Down syndrome, Lisa Quinn knows that finding a job can be a real struggle. After helping him pen a letter describing his skills, she then posted the letter to her social channels in hopes that others would share and someone might offer Addison a chance. The short, simple letter explains that Addison is 16 and that he’s looking for an hour or two of work on the weekends.
Emma Shawcross had an interesting experience on a recent trip to her local Tesco. As a mother to an autistic child, Shawcross was thrilled to see this cashier at work — even if the checkout process didn’t go a smoothly as possible. Recognizing the autistic traits of the cashier, thanks to her own 12-year-old, Shawcross wasn’t even bothered when he squished her bread and recounted her change… twice.
A hot profile picture on dating app Tinder is no longer the only factor determining if you get swiped right (liked) or swiped left (bye bye).