As new film Bad Moms reveals, what the cool girl is to the diet-obsessed prom queen, the cool mum is to the PTA harpy.
Finally, data from dozens of sources about the killings of women by men can be brought together so we can see how grave the problem really is.
Everyone benefits from so-called “women’s work”.
Labour's spokesperson for preventing violence against women and girls on the importance of backing campaigns like "yes means yes" that educate both young men and women about the importance of sexual consent.
A new legal challenge to Northern Ireland’s restrictive abortion laws marks a huge success for the pro-choice movement.
The representation of mothers as shrill Mumzillas is hardly something new. Sadly, neither is exploiting these stereotypes to sell things.
They should oppose any legislation that jeopardises women’s full and equal access to all reproductive health services.
As MPs discuss a national action plan to end FGM, campaigners explain the practical steps the country needs to take to eradicate this abuse.
As a dominatrix, men come to me to explore a sexuality that is socially forbidden. While patriarchy endures, they will never be free to express who they are, or treat women as they should be treated.
We live in a world in which most men neither notice nor care about the broader context in which women’s voices are suppressed. Can anything be done?
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