Ava Innes argues that decriminalisation is the logical, feminist way forward when it comes to sex work
Writer Sam Bronheim celebrates actor Amandla Stenberg’s activism and social awareness as she uses her platform to raise awareness and promote discussions around racism and sexuality
Mia Edwards writes about her disappointment with the lack of care for disabled students at University of Manchester, and across the city more widely
The competition hopes to see the best female racers compete for a $1.5 million prize pot
Is football as progressive as we think?
As part of International Women’s Day, the People’s History Museum held a performance of Strike A Light
Elise Gallagher brings you the latest from today’s Women’s Equality Party conference
Elrica Degirmen offers her view on the dangers for women in STEM subjects
Recent studies have found that only 22% of professors are female. Does this mean that universities are inherently sexist?
Tom Reynolds contemplates whether the lift on the ban of women from Iranian football does enough to tackle sexism in football
Emily Wain argues that the inequality surrounding directors needs addressing for the film industry to progress
The AU are doing plenty to bridge the divide between male and female participation rates
The athlete did not acknowledge her claims of sexism in the Open Final
In the wake of the death of Edie Windsor, James Johnson pays tribute to a woman who – in the name of love – took on the American government
The People’s History Museum opens a new, politically-motivated exhibition this month
It is no longer a question of whether women are underrepresented in science—it is a fact. So why are we still having to defend ourselves?
Would the opening up of new grammar schools really help create the meritocratic society envisaged by Mrs May?