Women are shamed on social media sites following their decision to publicly protest for women’s rights
The Riot Grrrl veteran returns to Manchester with band in tow and plays a show that refuses to rest on the laurels of past successes, writes Cassie Hyde
The Everyday Feminism website is an example of the ongoing march towards the politics of victimhood
Heard of Ladyfest? Join them and share your ideas and aspirations for the body positivity movement, and help create change in the way women are viewed in Manchester and beyond
19 years since Biggie Smalls’ death, can we interpret one of rap’s classics as an unlikely take on feminism?
Millie Kershaw argues that there is a place for feminism in the fashion industry and that being passionate about both subjects is not contradictory
The second female Vice-Chancellor in St Andrews’ history has been appointed at the university
Reclaim the Night 2016 will protest against sexual violence in Manchester and is calling for everyone to come along and get involved
There is a myriad of events happening in 2017 in Manchester to fight for gender equality and women’s rights, so if the Women’s March inspired you to get involved, here’s a short round-up of how you can
Ilya Cereso argues that the article mirrors how issues of oppression within our societies are too often generalised and oversimplified
Roma Havers reviews the work of Ladyfest Manchester and their recent Body Positivity Workshop
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?
Alice Williams looks at some of common misconceptions about feminism
On the weekend preceding International Women’s Day 2016, the Manchester Media Group are hosting our inaugural Women In Media Conference
“Reclaim the Night is so much more than just one night and one street. It’s about a movement of people who can build unity to stand together, to break the silence and to say enough is enough”
Will Baldwin-Pask argues that the debate surrounding gender equality can exclude men from something that they should, and need to be a part of