Eleanor McLaughlin speaks of the recent appointing of Brett Kavanaugh as Supreme Court Justice and the impact of this vote for victims of sexual misconduct.
Search Results for ‘#MeToo’
Becky Mcnutt argues that the success of movements like #MeToo and #WhyIDidntReport in challenging cultures of sexual assault on women need to start incorporating male victims of rape and abuse.
Hollywood and U.S. politics are undoubtedly intertwined. Despite the #MeToo movement, both are still bound by a mistreatment of women.
Alexandra Walker argues that the #MeToo movement is in danger of normalising cases of sexual assault which could contribute towards the lack of protest in the Republican party against Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation as Supreme Court Justice.
Beauty editor Alex Bikard is French, and did not like new TV show ‘Emily in Paris’ – Here’s why!
Music contributor Gabriel Barnett gives his thoughts on the recent controversy surrounding the line-up announcement of Reading & Leed’s festival. Covering who he thinks should be featured and why there is no excuse for the current gender imbalance.
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy problematises the wish-fulfilment fantasy approach that Netflix have taken with their new series Hollywood
In light of the raft of sexual misconduct allegations within the film industry, Zofia Gryf-Lowczowska discusses whether or not we truly can separate art from its artist
Writers and editors from all over The Mancunion come together to list their favourite films of the past decade
Lad culture is intimidating, but the Good Lad Initiative creates a space to discuss the negative impacts and instead consider positive masculinity
Renée Zellweger shines bright as the beloved Judy Garland in Rupert Goold’s dazzling biopic Judy, writes Sarah Findley
Jack Greeney talks about why he doesn’t trust Joe Biden’s Presidential bid, and why the Democratic party need to steer clear of such a campaign based on ego
Jack Greeney overviews the free foreign film bi-weekly event in Manchester’s Confucius Institute
Rebecca Rommen examines the impact of this year’s Reclaim the Night march, with around 3,500 people taking part, and how it successfully shines a light on the topic of night-time safety.
After waves of bad publicity that suggested the 2019 Academy Awards could be the worst in years, it ended up being a mixed bag
Toni Morrison has released a new collection of essays spanning five decades of her career
Does Kristen Roupenian’s debut collection live up to the hype of Cat Person? Lucy Downing finds out…
Call My Agent is quietly one of the most outstanding shows on Netflix