We’re back with our boldest and best issue yet (only available in print). Within these 190 pages, we explore politics, art, self-love, body image, discrimination (in its many flavours and forms), sex, capitalism and more. From fascinating conversations with trailblazing women to daring visuals and thought-provoking articles, RT returns with a powerful edition here to challenge the status quo and remind you that you are everything.
Featuring cover star, BAFTA–winning actress and writer Michaela Coel, co-authors of phenomenal book Slay in Your Lane, Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené, twin painters and sculptors Liv and Dom, founder of sustainable swimwear brand Babes in Bathers, Maayan Sherris and more.
What to expect:
Cover star, award-winning actress and writer Michaela Coel, is searingly honest (and hilarious) in her interview, and blesses us with more than a few nuggets of wisdom.
We pose (and answer) the question: can social activism can be sufficiently executed solely through social media?
We debunk the tale of the ‘tortured artist’ and explore the relationship between mental health and creativity.
We team up with Dear Young Mum, a supportive community for young mothers, to host an open, honest conversation between young mothers and challenge the stereotypes and perceptions of what it means to have a child at a young age.
We dive deep into the effects of capitalism and the not-so-subtle ways it affects the very fabric of our lives.
We chat to twin illustrators, sculptors and painters Liv and Dom about the struggles and successes of running your own business.
In photo series ‘Skin Deep’, we profile four fearless women who are using the platforms to change the perception of beauty .
We chat to Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené, co-authors of the phenomenal book Slay In Your Lane, about what it means to be a black woman in the UK breaking down barriers.
We debunk the myths of lovemaking and the relationship between sex and chronic pain.
Including eight original photo stories by photographers Laura McCluskey, Hanifah Mohammad, Jenna Foxton, Momo Takahashi, Sayaka Yamaguchi, Alexis Paschal and Zoe Alakija.