You might wonder what stops Razia Yilmaz getting a job.
Andrew Lansley is "shocked and appalled" at doctors pre-signing consent forms -- but the medical pro
Strumpet City is what Dublin was dubbed during British imperial rule because of the huge number of prostitutes who serviced British soldiers and others - notably the young James Joyce - in its dark lanes and alleyways.
The 1992 general election was the moment when a generation gave up on politics.
Mousey is back. Or should that be micey? One steps into the kitchen and sees a little grey flash scuttling guiltily away. Over the chopping board.
“Nasal congestion is an erection of the nose”.
Muslim men bring 12,000 brides to Britain each year. That leaves their female peers with a dilemma —
When faced with horrific abuse we Brits display an embarrassment of moderation in our protest.
We asked the following writers, activists and politicians the same question: if feminists could camp
While British feminist campaigners explicitly try to address the gender iniquities faced by all, sho
Where do the public stand on Cameron's plan to introduce same-sex marriage?
Pub workers are battling against a corrupt set of markets rigged against them.
Two years ago, women from the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda joined together on the bridge uniting their two countries to show that women can build bridges of peace and hope for the future.
Number of homeless families increases to 48,510, the biggest rise for nine years.
Selma James, co-ordinator, Global Women’s Strike
Julie Tomlin, writer
Jane Martinson, women’s editor, <em>Guardian</em>
Liz Kendall, shadow minister for care
Bidisha, author of <em>Beyond the Wall: Writing a Path Through Palestine</em>
Tina Wallace, International Gender Studies Centre, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University
Liz Jones, columnist, <em>Daily Mail</em>
Louise Mensch, MP for Corby (Conservative)
Frances O’Grady, TUC deputy secretary
Rhiannon and Holly, <em>Vagenda</em> magazine
Naomi Wolf, author and political consultant
Stella Creasy, MP for Walthamstow (Labour/Co-operative)
Roz Kaveney, poet and activist
Rosamund Urwin, columnist, <em>London Evening Standard</em>