#misogynyishate Articles

Reclaim the Night: A run-down of catcalling

Reclaim the Night: A run-down of catcalling

Addressing the importance of calling out catcalling and discussing what can be done to make women feel safer.
Reclaim the Night 2022!

Reclaim the Night 2022!

If women could solve the issue of male violence and sexual harassment themselves, we would have done so already
“Claim our bodies. Claim our right. Take a stand. Reclaim the Night.”

“Claim our bodies. Claim our right. Take a stand. Reclaim the Night.”

Manchester’s annual march against gender-based violence, led by SU Women’s Officer Ayla Huseyinoglu, returned last Thursday
Let’s Reclaim the Night: 20th of February 2020

Let’s Reclaim the Night: 20th of February 2020

Tallulah Brennan, Feminist Collective member, writes about why women need to Reclaim the Night
Manchester stands up to Misogyny as GMP fail to attend rally

Manchester stands up to Misogyny as GMP fail to attend rally

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 Mancunion’s favourite female video game characters

The Mancunion’s favourite female video game characters

With the Misogyny Is Hate movement in full swing, The Mancunion’s game section take a look back at our favourite female video game characters
Opinion: “It’s sexist but…”

Opinion: “It’s sexist but…”

Books Editor, Gurnaik Johal, discusses the misogyny at the heart of the work of critically acclaimed writers like Hemingway, Nabokov and Naipaul.
Misogyny in Sayaka Murata’s ‘Convenience Store Woman’

Misogyny in Sayaka Murata’s ‘Convenience Store Woman’

Devi Joshi reviews international bestselling novel, ‘Convenience Store Woman’, by Sayaka Murata in the Mancunion’s special #MisogynyIsHate issue.
Review: ‘Uncovered: Monologues by Muslim Women’

Review: ‘Uncovered: Monologues by Muslim Women’

Devi Joshi reviews the Women’s Theatre Society’s ‘Uncovered: Monologues by Muslim Women’
From inside the Misogyny Is Hate campaign

From inside the Misogyny Is Hate campaign

From inside the Misogyny is Hate campaign, Joe Penny, argues that men need to be more involved in the campaign for gender equality.

Copyright © The Mancunion
Powered By Spotlight Studios

0161 275 2930  University of Manchester’s Students’ Union, Oxford Rd, Manchester M13 9PR