This comes as the government launches a review of whether to include misogyny as a hate crime in UK legislation.
Holly Ktorou asks whether Nigella Lawson is an culinary icon or simply an innuendo
Rona McCann explores unsettling phenomenons that women and girls face every day and why we should all being doing more to eradicate them
From inside the Misogyny is Hate campaign, Joe Penny, argues that men need to be more involved in the campaign for gender equality.
Jay Darcy looks at the language used to describe single men and women and how it reveals the deeply gendered and misogynistic attitudes towards promiscuity.
Greater Manchester Citizens are banding together to fight harassment against women
Sam Glover talks to members of the recently banned ‘Incel’ group, and argues that banning the community is the right move
We must be more accurate with our definitions of the threats that women face if we are to tackle misogynistic behaviour in public and in private
Outrage as union club night, hosted by DJ Lee Watson, “exploited and degraded” women during a game to win a free ticket to sports tour
Georgia Church questions the award-winning film’s claim to supporting the feminism movement in the face of its starkly flawed characterisations
Cachella Smith, in light of the potential changes to the Gender Recognition Act, argues that in order to fully combat misogyny, hate crime against any gender is necessary, including radical feminist groups pitted against men and trans women
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.
Catrin Stewart interviews Gina Martin: the 27-year-old victim-turned-activist who is campaigning to make upskirting illegal.
Leah Marlow explores the case of Brett Kavanaugh and how the defence of his behaviour by other American politicians the misogyny that prevails in American politics under the Trump administration.
Traditionally ‘nerdy’ sub-cultures are terrible to women
The Men’s Rights Movement make some valid points, it’s just a shame that everyone involved in it thinks such horrible things about women.
No matter how many millions of women marched, Donald Trump was always going to hold onto power, pushing ahead with his policies. But that does not mean the march was in vain