Welcome to That's What She Said Magazine!!
We are an award-winning, student-led, intersectional feminist magazine, talking about any and all women's issues, feminist politics, poetry, artwork, media, and so much more. Our magazine aims to bring to the forefront marginalised voices, and foster a supportive community of creative women on campus, amplifying the voices that often go unheard. We aim to empower the women and non-binary people attending Bristol university.
The TWSS team believes that feminist publications are invaluable to any community of women and women of colour, We're aiming to create a safe space in which we can offer our perspectives on feminist issues and debunk some of the myths surrounding feminism. We also believe that, for many of our readers, writers and creators, it contributes to mental wellbeing to have a community of like-minded individuals and an outlet to pour creative energies.
We are continually learning more about the nuances of feminism through bringing people together and sharing our experiences as women; it's through the sharing of these experiences that we can grow as a movement towards the equality which we are striving towards.
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Become a member today, and for just £1 a year to help us keep running, you will be added to our mailing list, and also will have the opportunity to buy discounted or free tickets to our future events! Welcome to the community <3
Senior Editor: Kim Singh-Sall
Senior Editor: Matilda Blake
Arts Editor: Eliot Lambert
Arts Editor Millie Elson
Online Editor: Rachel Carr
Treasurer: Laura Cook
Events Manager: Francesca Granger
Events Manager: Eve Atkins
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