Aileen Loftus reviews Cherie Jones’ debut novel How The One-Armed Sister Sweeps Her House this Black History Month
Motherwell was published in 2020 following the death of the Guardian journalist Deborah Orr in 2019. The memoir is a reflection on Orr’s upbringing in Scotland and relationship with her mother.
Connie Eyles reviews Untamed by Glennon Doyle and argues the case for popping this self development memoir at the top of your 2021 reading list
Annie Dabb looks into concerns that the pandemic may have reversed the impacts of modern feminism and sent us back to the era of 1950s housewives
Eliza Clarke’s debut novel Boy Parts follows an anti-heroine as she navigates her photography career, personal relationships, and violent impulses
Maisie Scott reviews the latest feminist manifesto for Generation z
Cara Conte delves into the world of Onlyfans and the evolving world of sex work
Created by Desperate Housewives showrunner Marc Cherry, Why Women Kill is a brilliantly written, genre-bending and stereotype-shattering anthology series, writes Theatre Editor Jay Darcy
The first Vagina Museum has opened it’s doors in London, writer Jade Yong visited and shares her thoughts
Lockdown is lifting and dates are back in style – whether you’re accompanied or going solo
Annie Dabb talks through the problems with and controversy around the proposed Police, Crime, Sentencing, and Courts bill
Here are our recommendations for female artists to keep an eye out for in 2021
Aileen Loftus breaks down the systemic issues highlighted by The Slumflower’s plagiarism accusation against Florence Given
Ruby Opalka reflects on Three Women by Lisa Taddeo and discusses sexuality, feminism and desire.
If women considered the weaker sex, then how come we are to blame when it comes to the destruction of a man’s career or reputation?
Netflix’s Sex Education has received high praise for it’s ability to break down taboo topics around sex, and other issues
Beatrice Pearson discusses the wave of feminist protests in Latin America and what we can learn