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Moya Lothian McLean

Moya Lothian-McLean is a freelance writer whose work explores digital culture, society and sex and relationships. She writes for a range of outlets including The Face, BBC Three and i_D.
Lipsing in the club or broken promises? Three reactions to Boris Johnson’s recovery roadmap
  • politics
  • 23 Feb

Lipsing in the club or broken promises? Three reactions to Boris Johnson’s recovery roadmap

  • Moya Lothian McLean
  • Dhruti Modha
  • Diyora Shadijanova
‘If they sound like a man, hang up’ – how transphobia became rife in the gender-based violence sector
  • investigations
  • politics
  • 01 Feb

‘If they sound like a man, hang up’ – how transphobia became rife in the gender-based violence sector

  • Moya Lothian McLean
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Joe Biden is wrong – the US Capitol mob is exactly who America is
  • politics
  • 07 Jan

Joe Biden is wrong – the US Capitol mob is exactly who America is

  • Moya Lothian McLean
With the UK’s borders closed due to Covid-19, the wet dream of Britain’s Brexit bros has come true
  • politics
  • 22 Dec

With the UK’s borders closed due to Covid-19, the wet dream of Britain’s Brexit bros has come true

  • Moya Lothian McLean
Why did Molly-Mae become a beloved influencer for some people of colour in 2020?
  • culture
  • 22 Dec

Why did Molly-Mae become a beloved influencer for some people of colour in 2020?

  • Diyora Shadijanova
  • Moya Lothian McLean
Keir Starmer is a wet wipe
  • politics
  • 15 Dec

Keir Starmer is a wet wipe

  • Moya Lothian McLean
In the battle of The Slumflower vs Florence Given, the only winner is the publishing industry
  • first person
  • 11 Dec

In the battle of The Slumflower vs Florence Given, the only winner is the publishing industry

  • Moya Lothian McLean
‘As people of colour, it’s important we don’t fracture’ – MP Nadia Whittome on community in the face of division
  • community covers
  • politics
  • 10 Dec

‘As people of colour, it’s important we don’t fracture’ – MP Nadia Whittome on community in the face…

  • Moya Lothian McLean
Everyone is broke and Pretty Little Thing knows it
  • first person
  • 01 Dec

Everyone is broke and Pretty Little Thing knows it

  • Moya Lothian McLean
How supermarkets became the bloodiest new battleground in the UK’s culture war
  • first person
  • 19 Nov

How supermarkets became the bloodiest new battleground in the UK’s culture war

  • Moya Lothian McLean
How the forgotten organisers of the Bristol Bus Boycott changed the course of workers rights
  • politics
  • 15 May

How the forgotten organisers of the Bristol Bus Boycott changed the course of workers rights

  • Moya Lothian McLean
Coronavirus has revealed left wing ideas are nothing more than plain common sense
  • gal-dem
  • politics
  • 18 Mar

Coronavirus has revealed left wing ideas are nothing more than plain common sense

  • Moya Lothian McLean