Izzy Rooke-Ley shines a light on the Instagram account @the.f.sex, which challenges traditional assumptions on sex education
After Cardi B threw her shoe at a fashion party she faced much criticism for her lack of ‘chill’, Lola Byam Shaw argues this as well as the responses to Serena Williams’ arguments with an umpire reveal the sexism of the pressure on women to be easygoing.
Nearly a century since Annie Swynnerton was first exhibited at the Manchester Art Gallery, they pay homage to her legacy as part of the Wonder Woman Festival running across Manchester
Students took to the streets to protest violence against women
Anuli Changa finds empowerment and diversity in the University of Manchester’s production of the 1996 play
Fighting for women’s freedom from harassment, activist Yasmeen Mjalli discusses how she weaponises the medium of protest art to create social change in the West Bank
In the wake of the media storm surrounding Meghan Markle, James Johnson takes account of the narratives surrounding the history of our newest royal
James Gill gives his opinion on the current state of journalism and free speech
We shouldn’t be just asking about where there is a culture of sexual harassment, but why there is one in the first place
Julia De Miguel re-examines the treatment of female writers and characters after her Spanish Literature course sidelined women poets on their syllabus.
Anuli Changa enjoys the angst and humour of Chloe Weare’s ode to teenage girlhood. Part of the Drama Society’s MIFTA season 2018
Liv Clarke identifies why Petra Collins’ hazy dreamscape photography has become so pertinent in our own female realities
Hundreds of women will take to the streets to fight for feminism and against violence against women
On one hand is a symbolic step forward, on the other is many women left without jobs
We look ahead to the the feminist festival taking over of Manchester through an innovative series of exhibitions, performances and discussions