Manchester’s annual march against gender-based violence, led by SU Women’s Officer Ayla Huseyinoglu, returned last Thursday
The ‘1000 voices’ rally, organised by student group Misogyny Is Hate in collaboration with Greater Manchester Citizens, included a combination of testimonies, speeches, spoken word and live music
Sophia Ashby spoke to three students behind Misogyny Is Hate to understand their involvement and the challenges they have faced
Contributor Ellis Coopey sheds light on the important but slow work PRS are doing for female musicians in the current industry
The highly successful producer blames female invisibility behind the camera on lack of participation. But, is he right? (Spoiler alert: no, he isn’t).
Jacklin Kwan explores how sexism is perpetuated in STEM and results in disparity in gender representation
Following the Women’s Theatre Society performance of ‘Uncovered: Monologues by Muslim Women’, Ellie Martin chats to Safiyya El Diwany
Rosie Johnson talks you through how you can get involved in the misogyny is hate campaign
Hana Kelly describes her own experiences with everyday sexism to argue why making a misogyny a hate crime in essential for improving women’s day to day experiences.
Misogyny is still not considered a hate crime in Greater Manchester, so Misogyny is Hate is still campaigning
The Student Union’s Advice Services share how to report a hate crime and where to find support for victims.
Books Editor, Gurnaik Johal, discusses the misogyny at the heart of the work of critically acclaimed writers like Hemingway, Nabokov and Naipaul.
This comes as the government launches a review of whether to include misogyny as a hate crime in UK legislation.
Chloe Hatton talks all things feminism with the Feminist Collective
Georgia Church questions the award-winning film’s claim to supporting the feminism movement in the face of its starkly flawed characterisations
Bella Jewell reflects on the powerful work of the radical feminist, punk rocker and conceptual artist who continues to push the boundaries: Linder
Rona McCann explores unsettling phenomenons that women and girls face every day and why we should all being doing more to eradicate them