Skateboarding makes Olympic debut and the loud sex next door
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Skateboarding is now an Olympic sport, but when lockdown stalled Olympic hopeful Hayley Wilson’s training, her mum and her town came up with an ingenious solution. Plus, the politics of curly hair amid a history of eurocentric beauty standards. And how do you cope with your neighbour’s noisy sexual escapades?
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