Index

This is an index of all my published work. I also have print cuttings of articles that were not posted online, those can be requested by email (nicolefroio@gmail.com).

Politics.co.uk

This anti-immigration hysteria means I won’t study in the UK again

Miami Herald

The Gift of Love

BlogHer.com

How I Met Your Mother and the Hollywood Love Fantasy

Woman lectures ladies on being alone on Valentine’s day, world laughs at her face

How do I make friends in my early twenties?

The real toxicity of online feminism

First Post

From legend to traitor: How Pelé fell in the eyes of Brazil

Why Brazil top club Fluminense wants to bring players to India

The ugly story of eviction in Brazil for World Cup and Olympics

Why Brazil’s rape narrative is similar to India

Protests, billions and samba: The price Brazil paid for the FIFA World Cup

In Brazil, football fans cheered for a better nation

Brazil protests: How Ronaldo, Pele betrayed their people

The Guardian

Brazil’s favelas are in big trouble, despite World Cup marketing

It’s no surprise Adidas hypersexualised Brazil – everyone does it

If America doesn’t want Obama give him to Brazil

Number of university students seeking counselling rises 33%

We Blog The World

Review: Rock in Rio

Vice UK

Meet the men charged with cleaning up Rio’s favelas

Brazilian Indians are fighting for their culture

Vocativ

The Indoctrinator: A Brazilian Robin Hood with a taste for revenge

Digital Journal

Op-Ed: TIME editor compares Madiba with a white slaver

Op-Ed: World Cup continues to be a reminder of government neglect

Review: Beyoncé by Beyoncé

Weed wish you a Merry Xmas: Santa busted with marijuana

Teens reject Facebook to escape their parents

A feminist review of the Anchorman movies

World Cup attendees might see drop in airfare

MsMagazine

Chimamanda and Beyoncé: we should all be feminists

The Toast

Talking to John McNeill, the first openly gay Catholic priest

Interior. Leather Bar (Interview with director Travis Matthews)

Bullets in the favela aren’t made of rubber

Matador Network

World Cup will benefit Brazilians in one way and one way only

How to report on protests: getting involved vs staying impartial

Independent Voices

Forget tradition, Dr Who needs a female star

Hyper sexual Carnival atmosphere has a dark side for Rio’s women

The Congo is broken, but we can fix it

An unsigned act for the Christmas Number 1?

The Clash: Raising awareness for the Hillsborough victims

Rio de Janeiro: Silencing the drug war in the name of football

Is Beyoncé really a good role model?

How the 2014 Samba World Cup could miss a beat

Rock in Rio: Back after a decade, and there to party

Brazil book fair innovation contrasts with illiteracy struggle

Hunger games: The next big thing?

Bert & Ernie: Friends – with benefits?

Breaking the Taboo: Tackling drug addiction

Rio de Janeiro: the most gay friendly destination in the world?

Harry Potter: Interview with Tom Felton

Farewell Mr Potter

Hacking Scandal: Why student journalists should be the most worried

Senna: what he really meant to Brazil

Feminism: why aren’t we talking about it?

Birmingham Mail

Lecturers on zero-hour contracts at Birmingham and Wolverhampton universities

Words by Nicole Froio

Politics and Sports: Why the 2014 World Cup can make or break Brazil

On happiness after depression

On foreigner’s privilege during the World Cup

Why ‘exposing’ food banks is not okay

Bringing an army into Rio is more damaging than scattered, bloody bodies

Feminist Times should not cover trans-exclusive events

The Brazilian media, representation and ‘bullying’ of foreigners

Consent 101

Shut up about Beyoncé already

The flat stomach and other expectations that brings us down

Mark Duggan’s death is a result of racism

Review: Sexual Chronicles of a French Family

Review & Interview: Taking a Chance on God

FIFA opened a can of worms, which Brazilians won’t close

Two deaths and significant damage in World Cup stadium

Review: Lulu

‘Hey beautiful’ is the same as any other street harassment

Intersectionality: Let’s learn to listen

Men, you’ve got the power

One woman dead every hour and a half in Brazil

Government Shutdown Explained

Why Pop Culture Matters

What to expect from Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Why don’t we call out Justin Timberlake on his rape culture songs?

Syria, the Iraq legacy & all you need to know

Miley’s warped logic

The oppression white feminists tend to ignore

Lessons from mental illness

Five TV shows with kickass female characters

Freedom to offend versus freedom to harass

A book that changed me

REVIEW: ELLES Exhibition, CCBB, Rio de Janeiro

When the people changed the angle

What can a president do?

BBC World Have Your Say – Brazilian Protests

The meek damage control of Dilma Rousseff

Why are Brazilians so angry?

Brazil’s Spring Awakening

The Great Gatsby: In defence of the young

Facebook promotes rape culture

Basking in differences

Men should be feminists, and feminists should stop hating

Anxiety.

Evangelical church spreads the hate in Brazil

Nigella is shamed for her weight in Brazil

When it rains, it pours, every year

Let’s see you pose like this, boys.

Court them good, Mr Cable

The word ‘terrorism’ must be redefined

Keep reporting: the Boston Marathon is exactly why journalists exist.

When Taxi Drivers Talk

A Love Story – Part 1

A Love Story – Part 2

Five feminist teachings in Parks and Recreation

Gay marriage and other victories we can celebrate

The Social Media Syndrome

Rapists and Apologists – A marriage between the media and sex offenders

Authorities must stop treating sexual abuse charges with ‘caution’

Barbies will ruin my future daughter’s life, and here’s why

Exclusion in Brazil aggravates political landscape

Dear Mr Cameron, you’re right but do you really mean it?

Silver Linings Playbook – Review

In memory of the deceased in the Santa Maria fire

Django Unchained awakens debate on slavery and racism

Harry Potter’s responsibility goes beyond saving us from Voldemort

Is feminism in a thong possible?

I am sick of rape culture and victim-blaming – so listen up.

Obstacles – what do they mean?

Jumping seven waves and other New Year’s Eve traditions in Brazil

LGBT activist Davis Mac-Iyalla speaks out against anti-gay bill

The beauty of letter writing

Saudades.

The rag doll and how to (not) quantify suffering

Documentary exposes World Cup wounds Brazil refuses to acknowledge

The tears of the most powerful man in the world and breaking the taboo of masculinity

A breakdown of Rio’s Olympic presentation

Depression.

Political humour exhibition

Remembering 9/11

New things I am into that you should try too

Rio – The Movie

Has the Brazilian government finally cracked the favelas?

The Hunger Games Trilogy by Suzanne Collins

WikiLeaks and concept of freedom of press

War Zone

HelloGiggles

The 6 stages of unemployment

As a student journalist:

ForgeToday.com 

 Students vote Lib Dems out

University of Sheffield announces £9k fees

Queen’s visit costs Uni £30k in food, plants and prints

Sheffield Libyans call for international support

Home Office immigration proposals could ‘put students off’

Plop Tarts

Many more can be found on my author page

feminae sheffield 

Why not just ban ‘sexy’ magazines altogether?

 ’Inspiring Women’ into Sheffield business

Covering it up!

Ex-Sheffield student to release album after winning Chinese X-Factor

£28k to honour Women of Steel

Female Sheffield graduate helps street kids in Bolivia

From a small town to the BBC: Mary Anne Hobbs

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