Annie Dabb talks through the problems with and controversy around the proposed Police, Crime, Sentencing, and Courts bill
Alexia Pieretti reviews dark comedic social commentary The Shadows, performed at the King’s Arms as part of the Drama Society’s MIFTA season
Misogyny is still not considered a hate crime in Greater Manchester, so Misogyny is Hate is still campaigning
Tallulah Brennan, Feminist Collective member, writes about why women need to Reclaim the Night
Women make up just 17% of the charts, and sexism in the industry goes much deeper even in our local music scenes, writes Lily Martin
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
The Student Union’s Advice Services share how to report a hate crime and where to find support for victims.
This comes as the government launches a review of whether to include misogyny as a hate crime in UK legislation.
A new lifestyle series created to celebrate and draw awareness to wonderful and difficult experiences women face on a daily basis
In light of the raft of sexual misconduct allegations within the film industry, Zofia Gryf-Lowczowska discusses whether or not we truly can separate art from its artist
Cara Conte delves into the world of Onlyfans and the evolving world of sex work
Kayleigh Crawford reviews the RSC’s gender-swapped adaptation of The Taming of the Shrew at the Lowry
The University of Warwick faced a barrage of criticism after it emerged two students who were banned for 10 years for their involvement in a group chat that threatened rape could return early – later this year. Following the backlash there was a rapid U-turn and the university confirmed the pair will not be returning […]
We trace the origins of the misogyny is hate campaign, and look at how public support in Nottingham hasn’t translated into concrete results
Sophia Ashby spoke to three students behind Misogyny Is Hate to understand their involvement and the challenges they have faced
Georgia Church questions the award-winning film’s claim to supporting the feminism movement in the face of its starkly flawed characterisations