The World Health Organisation’s new definition of infertility enshrines a man’s right to do to women what patriarchy has always done to them – own their bodies.
The so-called “milkmen’s kids law” would seek protection for men who feel they have been duped into raising children they believe are not biologically theirs – at the expense of women’s rights.
A discussion about women's "choice" gets us nowhere. Caring labour should be supported by the state.
Forcing people to live in a body where they do not feel at home causes intense, often unbearable suffering.
Care work isn’t going anywhere – and it’s about time we recognised which half of the population is doing it, unpaid.
With abortion illegal in the Republic of Ireland, many women must travel to Britain to obtain the procedure. One woman, and her friend, are documenting the journey.
“Political songwriter” was a monikor reserved for Billy Bragg, or Paul Weller, or the Redskins. But not all political music is in-your-face.
In Uganda, a strip of fabric can help lift families out of poverty.
As female Labour MPs and staff are targeted, their leader repeatedly responds by complaining about his own experience.
The UK’s care crisis alone is not enough to explain why older women are dying at the hands of the men they love.
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