While we campaign against misogyny, we must not fall into the trap of thinking Labour is above it; doing so lets women members down and puts the party in danger of not taking them seriously when they report incidents.
Decriminalisation is the way forward, argues Margaret Corvid.
Books by Iris Bohnet and Dawn Foster take divergent views on the problem of how women are valued at work.
But why on earth would they want to?
When it comes to buying access to other people's bodies, experience shows that it's a buyer’s market: those with the economic power set the terms.
Liberal feminism has painted itself into a corner from which it is very hard to launch a coherent critique of surrogacy.
I know what you’re going to say: “Tracey, you’re out of step. Grey is cool now. Fashionable people dye their hair grey.” Not for me.
The conversation is moving away from the traumatic events at its centre.
If inequality is about disparities in wealth and income, what is gender equality about?
The more men changing nappies, the better, but let’s not kid ourselves that it will liberate women from caring responsibilities.
Behind the opposition to decriminalise both abortion and sex work lies the belief that some women are incapable of physical autonomy
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