Traditional parenting terms are being rejected in favour of trendier versions, but it doesn't change the grunt-like nature of the work.
Black and minority ethnic workers are four times more likely to occupy the worst paid jobs in parliament - while every single senior staff member in the House of Lords is white.
If Greer wants to say that I am a man because I do not conform to a definition of sex/gender which she and an ever-shrinking number of people subscribe, so be it. She will not be the first, or the last.
Student feminists want to stop the veteran feminist from speaking at universities – because of her beliefs about transgender people. But why are women always punished more than men for having controversial opinions?
From Reclaim the Night to abortion politics, men's participation in feminist spaces too frequently comes with no real cost.
Work-life balance is a myth. It’s time for women to stop blaming themselves and start demanding change.
This proposal sends the message that care work isn’t just a private matter; it’s an equality issue, and one with which we all need to engage.
The party will campaign for the Nordic model – where buyers are criminalised, but sellers are not – rather than full decriminalisation of the sex work industry.
The food writer Jack Monroe on coming out as transgender, and why they are one of an increasing number of people living outside the categories of “man” and “woman”.
There is a crucial distinction between these two terms that is frequently blurred in the debate around the different models.
The Good Loaf is a haven for women who have been in prison, on probation or in long-term unemployment – it even has a resident domestic abuse support worker.
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