In This Week's Grazia

Cover Story: Taylor Swift Stands Against Groping

In this week’s Grazia we discuss why Taylor Swift's stand against gropping is an important issue for us all. The US singer successfully sued Mueller for $1 and by doing so opened a vital conversation on the boundaries of sexual harassment. To read the full story pick up a copy of Grazia or subscribe now.

The Inconceivable Truth

It’s not only The Handmaids Tale that has infertility at the centre of national debate. Recent reports reveal an array of factors jeopardising reproduction and the fragility of fertility. And it’s not just women’s fertility that’s causing concern – we’re talking about men’s fertility too. Pick up a copy of Grazia or subscribe to find out more.

Ruby Rose Reveals Beauty Favourites

We chat to Ruby Rose about her new Urban Decay collaboration, beauty inspirations and experience. The actress and model talks about her look on and off the red carpet, while always staying authentic and unique. To shop Ruby’s must-have’s, download the Grazia Extra mobile app.

Rihanna Shuts Down Body-Shamer

Ex- blogger Chris Spagnuolo learnt his fat shaming lesson the hard way after criticising Rihanna for ‘gaining weight’. Not only did his unfunny comments spark huge feminist backlash but has since been suspended from his job. Meanwhile, Rhianna stuns in an unapologetic Swarovski bikini at Crop Over festival sending a positive, healthy message to us all. Pick up a copy of Grazia or subscribe for the full story.

Global Super-Brands You Need To Know About

You know it's going to be good when Kate Moss is officially opening Oxford Street lastest high street store - Reserved. Part of one of the fastest growing fashion chains in Europe, Reserved refreshes its affordable pieces every fortnight. If this news wasn’t already enough we have tracked down six other giant global brands super brands that you-should-know-about-but-didn’t! To discover them all download the Grazia Extra mobile app.

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