Forcing people to live in a body where they do not feel at home causes intense, often unbearable suffering.
Chrissie Hynde has been accused of victim blaming. But her plight seems to me very much the plight of a female rock fan of her age.
The anti-cuts group set off smoke bombs and jumped onto the carpet to disrupt the event.
The new film Suffragette has been accused of "whitewashing" the movement to get women the vote. Do historians agree?
Mustafa will answer charges of "threatening" and "offensive/ indecent/ obscene/ menacing" communications.
To become a mother is to leap, definitively, onto the side of the carers, with no possibility of turning back.
As it stands, Ireland is presenting two faces to the world: one is as the country which celebrated LGBT rights in May, and one as a place that forces women to go abroad to have control over their own bodies.
A few arrests, a good news story here or there...but all too often when it's over, the survivors are left to fend for themselves.
Gender-neutral language around reproduction creates the illusion of dismantling a hierarchy – when what you really end up doing is ignoring it.
Sophie Walker talks diversity, austerity, and why equality isn't a zero-sum game.
For centuries, there was a quota for the representation of men in politics. It was 100 per cent.
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