It is five years since the feminist punk collective crashed Moscow’s Cathedral in a performance that got some of them jailed.
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.
The idea of "gender fraud" requires a rethink, argues Alex Sharpe.
A new campaign is pushing for a ban on the development of sex robots, arguing that they objectify women and perpetuate damaging sexual norms. Does it have a point?
The shadow cabinet reshuffle gave the impression that the new Labour leader sorted out top jobs for the boys first - and then worried about finding enough women to even things out. It didn't need to be that way.
Title yourself “Mx” on your gas bill, because small acts of linguistic rebellion can change the world.
Hong Kong has long been home to sexism and inequality with little protest. But things are starting to change.
Following the BBC’s adaptation of the classic and controversial novel by D H Lawrence, Dr Sally Minogue examines the book, the characters and the author from a feminist perspective.
Across the political spectrum, the New Statesman introduces you to the personalities who shape our world. Where else would you find Jeremy Corbyn, Tony Blair and Theresa May in the same place?