A culture of objectification, not rape
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
Was the Women’s March a waste of energy?
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
Hull Union apologises for ‘sex act game’ during sports club night
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
Women are empowered by breaking the system
Manchester Debating Union concludes with an overwhelming majority that women are empowered by breaking the system, not succeeding within it
Piggate and the darker side to university initiations
Following the recent ‘Piggate’ allegations, Jack Howell reports on the prevailing and dangerous phenomenon of initiation ceremonies at UK universities
What room for feminism in the political vacuum of the Labour leadership election?
With the Labour leadership contest drawn to a close, Grace Iona Annesley-Mair retrospectively discusses Yvette Cooper’s billing as the ‘feminist’ candidate
Feminism: Challenging inequality or pernicious social engineering?
Feminism is nothing but a subversive blaming mechanism setting women against men and it does not adequately address gender inequalities
Sluts, bitches, and the LGBT+ community
Have slurs become degendered in the LGBT+ community? Is it still marginalising women? Can we even answer these questions at all?