The End We Start From review: Quietly moving, powerfully provocative
Mahalia Belo’s depiction of an ecological crisis is grimly realistic but Jodie Comer’s portrayal of the challenges of womanhood steals the show
Equity for women in Science: An interview with Dr Cassidy Sugimoto
In their new book, Dr Cassidy Sugimoto and Dr Vincent Larivière highlight the challenges facing women in science and how they can be addressed.
Women on Wikipedia: Is your favourite encyclopaedia gender biased?
Dr Jessica Wade works behind the scenes on Wikipedia to try to amplify scientific achievements which go unheard of against the big names in science.
52 Forgotten Women: Why you should read Bygone Badass Broads.
Women who have long fallen lost to history are celebrated in Mackenzie Lee’s book ‘Bygone Badass Broads,’ which gives all the inspiration you’ll need if you’re feeling low on motivation. There really is a story for everyone. Here’s why you’ll definitely be needing this one on your shelf sooner rather than later
2021 in Film: A Year of Women in Horror
From the Netflix flagship films to the independent low budget flicks, 2021 has been a big year for female dominated horror movies. Dan Collins looks back at the female stars, auteurs and writers of the last year.
A pocket-sized problem, a modern-day inequality
Ever tried to put your phone in the pocket of your new jeans and found it to be fake? Or your dress pocket is hardly big enough for a phone? There’s a reason for that.