Lucia Graves, The Guardian

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The Guardian

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Past articles by Lucia:

Theatre project lets Trump accusers tell their stories

The Pussy Grabber Plays – eight short pieces premiering in New York on Monday – humanise the people behind sexual misconduct allegations against the president → Read More

Loud sex, thunderous dancing: how coronavirus strains neighborly ties

Locked-down Americans are learning a lot about nearby residents – often more than they ever wanted to know → Read More

Strained hospitals and isolation: how coronavirus made giving birth even harder

With nearly a million US women expected to have babies within the next three months, doctors are flooded with anxious inquiries → Read More

Women's domestic burden just got heavier with the coronavirus

Women already shoulder the bulk of household chores in heterosexual couples – a situation exacerbated by the huge dislocations of the pandemic → Read More

Mike Bloomberg: why a troubling record on women could derail his 2020 bid

The billionaire’s past treatment of women has come under intense scrutiny – and the disquiet runs much deeper than lewd jokes → Read More

‘His reputation will never recover’: the rape trial that took down Harvey Weinstein

One of the most powerful men in Hollywood is unlikely to return to the top after reporting exposed decades of sexual harassment and assault allegations → Read More

‘There’s more to our story’: Weinstein accuser helps survivors cope after trauma

As attention is turned more than ever to sexual assault survivors, Louise Godbold has been helping them overcome the injuries powerful men leave in their wake → Read More

Weinstein set to face his toughest legal challenge yet in New York trial

The trial, which begins 6 January, will include testimony from two alleged victims and Annabella Sciorra amid concerns he may not be ultimately held legally accountable → Read More

Five years on, the lessons from the Rolling Stone rape story

The magazine’s publication – and ultimate retraction – of a story about an alleged gang-rape at the University of Virginia led to reflections about media ethics and understanding victims of sexual assault → Read More

‘It was too much loss. I fell apart’: Samantha Mathis on River Phoenix and her career revival

The actor kept quiet for years about witnessing her then-boyfriend dying outside the Viper Room in 1993. But rediscovering her love for stage acting gave her the strength to move on → Read More

In the second Democratic debate, everyone else was an actor in Kamala Harris’s show

The Californian senator wrote the script to Thursday’s debate and delivered some devastating blows to frontrunner Joe Biden. → Read More

Busy Philipps on abortion: ‘Women have held on to a lot of this shame’

The actor and author who recently testified before Congress on why she got an abortion discusses the power in being vocal about uncomfortable experiences → Read More

A is for Activist: why children’s books are getting political

Children’s literature is seeing a ‘seismic shift’ in diversity as authors say they want to make sure children of color see themselves represented → Read More

A topless photo ruined this teacher's career. Now she's speaking out

Lauren Miranda says what should have been an innocuous photo spun out of control – and would have a different outcome for a man in her position → Read More

True love? The Russia investigation's remarkable romance

Maria Butina’s relationship with Paul Erickson offers a window into the cosy world between Kremlin-connected officials and America’s conservative elite → Read More

Jill Abramson on media layoffs: 'The villains are Facebook and Google'

The former New York Times editor skewers everyone in her new book, but ‘there isn’t one business model that’s going to save journalism’, she says → Read More

Women's March set to proceed under cloud of controversy

Event on Saturday set to be smaller after several major sponsors withdrew following allegations of antisemitism → Read More

Faux saviors: an insider calls out the 'charade' of elite do-gooding

In his recent book, Anand Giridharadas torches the privileged circles he has moved in much of his adult life → Read More

Back to the land: are young farmers the new starving artists?

A small but growing movement of millennials are seeking out a more agrarian life but the reality of life on the land is not always as simple as they hoped → Read More

American Airlines passenger who says she was raped in bathroom sues carrier

Aubrey Lane says staff failed to protect her and others when they served the alleged attacker as many as six alcoholic drinks → Read More