Search Results for: Sadie Hasler

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Sadie’s sense of snow

Standard Issue wanted to send someone to learn to ski. Step up, novice Sadie Hasler.

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My favourite… Standard Issue article

Crack open the fizz, buzz your tits off on sugary delights and go batshit with the party poppers: Standard Issue is one year old today. The women of SIM HQ talk us through a handful of the articles that have pleased us most.

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Swearing: more a blessing than a curse

Language and grammar expert Kathy Salaman’s got a great vocabulary. Here she explains that, despite that, sometime only a ‘fuck’ will do.

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Three abortions

Openness is vital if abortion is to keep its head high and proud. Our Sadie Hasler holds her hand up and says, “I chose”.

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Rated or Dated: Rocky

Sadie Hasler revisits hallowed ground as she takes a peek at Rocky, 40 years to the day since it premiered in New York City.

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Getting to know you… Helen Walmsley-Johnson

If you’re a regular visitor to Standard Issue, you won’t need telling that we’re lucky enough to have a cracking team of contributors who we love dearly. We thought it was about time we let them introduce themselves properly. Say hello to Helen Walmsley-Johnson.

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Getting To Know You… Fiona Longmuir

If you’re a regular visitor to Standard Issue, you won’t need telling that we’re lucky enough to have a cracking team of contributors who we love dearly. We thought it was about time we let them introduce themselves properly. Please meet Fiona Longmuir.

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Getting to Know You… Daisy Leverington

If you’re a regular visitor to Standard Issue, you won’t need telling that we’re lucky enough to have a cracking team of contributors who we love dearly. We thought it was about time we let them introduce themselves properly. Oh hi there, Daisy Leverington.

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Getting to know you… Taylor Glenn

If you’re a regular visitor to Standard Issue, you won’t need telling that we’re lucky enough to have a cracking team of contributors who we love dearly. We thought it was about time we let them introduce themselves properly. Please wave wildly to Taylor Glenn.

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Sometimes the bullshit matters

In readiness for the annual Valentine’s hokum, Sadie Hasler had to make a window for love. It got her thinking on just what that word can mean and why sometimes, a bit of hokum is a wonderful thing.