Friederike Sandow retro

Friederike Sandow loved her studies at the University of Bath and Berlin, she would study forever if she could. Once she quit her job as a flight attendant and thus, with a heavy heart, was not constantly off travelling the world, she started to roam the streets of Neukölln, Berlin. She is now working as a consultant at a Berlin based agency and still struggles with the regular office hours. Once the morning grumpiness has been cured with a big cup of coffee, she‘ll tell you all about her undying love for cats, octopuses, Italy and Leslie Knope.

Three women, three backgrounds, three stories: One conversation.

E&M’s author Friederike Sandow has sat down with three women to talk all things ...

Travelling in a wheelchair: Can I, or rather will you let me?

Able-bodied people all throughout the COVID-19 pandemic have been fixating on the fact that ...

Fifty issues of Sex: Slinky truths

For the 50th edition of E&M and, therefore, the 50th edition of SEX, we ...

Interview with the Clitsclub: Jewellery with a sexual education twist

Did you know that there are more than 8,000 nerve endings in the tip of the clitoris ...

Catalysing love at the end of the world: The philosopher’s toilet

A little over a year ago, E&M’s Friederike Sandow investigated romance and long-term relationships ...

Avoiding politics at parties: the sweet road to disaster

Speaking from experience, we have compiled the ultimate guide for you to survive the ...

Civilian Sea Rescue: the mother of all wars in European waters

In light of the recent arrest of the Sea-Watch captain Carola Rackete in Lampedusa, ...

Undiscovered Professions: The NGO worker living in Uganda

E&M‘s Friederike Sandow has sat down with Emma, 27, working in Uganda for a globally ...