Emily Johnston delves deep into how misogyny continues to influence contemporary music, from the dominance of male production, to the safety of women at gigs.
Alexia Pieretti reviews dark comedic social commentary The Shadows, performed at the King’s Arms as part of the Drama Society’s MIFTA season
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy and Claudia Langley interview Melanie Blake, ahead of the tour of the stage adaptation of her best-selling novel, The Thunder Girls
Claudia Langley and Theatre Editor Jay Darcy review The Thunder Girls, directed by Joyce Branagh and based on the best-selling book by Melanie Blake
The Serena Williams cartoon that circulated after her US Open final loss has been cleared of racism and continues to divide opinions
Jay Darcy reviews Cuts of the Cloth as part of the HOME Push Festival
Sophie Marriott argues against the problematic tropes in Hollywood Rom-Coms which rely on outdated gender and racial stereotypes
Jacklin Kwan explores how sexism is perpetuated in STEM and results in disparity in gender representation
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.
In light of recent news, Victoria Roberts explains why Men Who Hate Women by Laura Bates is an essential read
Fury needs to properly acknowledge his past derogatory comments before he can be treated as a sports hero, argues Kate Jackson
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
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
Jay Darcy writes about the need for campaigns for equality with regards to oppressed or minority groups either in race, gender or sexuality to recognise their overlapping aims.
Maurits Bekkers argues that the logic behind teaching the supposedly differently wired brains of boys and girls in single-sex schools ignores that there is more to gain from school than academic achievement
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.
One of CERN’s lead contributory theorists, Professor Alexander Strumia, has been suspended after causing widespread outrage over his remarks in a gender equality seminar. In a workshop organised by CERN (The European Organization for Nuclear Research) on Friday 28th September, Strumia claimed that “physics was invented and built by men, it’s not by invitation”. It […]