The UK’s first mainstream feminist party is speaking to those who feel they’ve been left out.
For 1950s women, retirement has become a little like chasing a mirage – you can see but you can’t touch.
Shevinsky hopes to give recruitment a rehaul with her new project, “Hiring Goggles”.
The trouble is, bodily mess hasn’t stopped and won’t ever stop coming.
In the presence of multiple excellent fabrics, a young man worshipped an older woman with his body; the only thing that mattered – aside from the fabrics – was her pleasure.
“The one thing I did not want was her ripping off her hijab and finding herself by going drinking and sleeping with people.”
Growing up, I never thought that Hermione could be any colour other than black.
It’s still not, I suppose, impossible that Corbyn supporters are just inherently more misogynistic than other people. Even if it was the case, could we really blame him personally, when he’s never done or said anything that indicates he might be a misogynist himself?
It's not about justice, it's about witch hunts, argues Alex Sharpe.
“We beseech thee, O Lord, on behalf of Emmeline Pankhurst, Helen Crawfurd and all the brave women suffering for their faith. Amen.”
If the BBC were to take seriously its commitment to diversity, then it should make the Sports Personality of the Year shortlist 50:50 women and men. Fewer thugs, more brilliant sportswomen.
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