In the new ad, a woman who hasn’t shaved for 24 hours is transformed into a hairy bloke who struggles to perform everyday tasks. When are advertisers going to stop trying to sell products by inventing ways for women to be ashamed of their bodies?
Let's start by ditching the word "cyber bullying" - this isn't a new phenomenon, but it is harder for parents and teachers to deal with than harassment and abuse than occurs offline.
Now that Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin have split up, brace yourself for weeks of repetitive jibes at her “craziness” and his “reticence”.
When it comes to voter turnout, the UK has one of the largest gaps between young and old. Is it a surprise young people don't get involved with politics when a simple faux-pas in a tweet can cause such hate?
It’s restrictive, it’s insulting and it’s downright weird.
If you're fed up with Twitter storms, there are a few more practical things you can do to further the feminist cause.
It’s no secret that, as far as the housing market goes, the millennial generation have been (and this is the technical term) royally screwed over.
It’s time for a new conception of acceptable female drinking, one that doesn’t cut the drinking short at half a glass delicately-sipped Babycham.
All Harry Potter fans everywhere know that clever, brave, audacious female protagonist Hermione should have ended up with the hero, not Ron Weasley. Here, we drop in on that unhappy marriage twenty years later. . .
In a televisual environment where female comedians are edited or drowned out on panel shows, we’re crying out for more voices.
Open your mouth and identify yourself as a human being while daring to be married to a high-powered politician, and the media is unlikely to look kindly upon you.
Evolutionary psychology so often seems to underpin existing gender biases that until we see some solid, hard, biological evidence to contradict us, you'll have to forgive us for siding with the late, great Simone on this one in proclaiming that one is not
Miranda Hart has made a decent career out of pillorying the kind of standards women are expected to live up to - but her latest venture, an exercise video called "Maracattack" has put an end to all that.
Ten years on from the schmaltzy Richard Curtis-fest.
If you’re one of those gents who’s unsure how to deal with the presence of pesky females ‘in the community’, worry not. We’ve put together this short guide on how not to act when you encounter a woman-type creature.
The overprotective dad is, of course, a stalwart of the American television sitcom, wherein a hapless but ultimately loving demi-pervert will work himself into a frenzy over his daughter’s sexual shenanigans. Gordon, we're looking at you.
The meme is suitably hilarious - but is shaming the man who sent an embarrassing, narcissistic selfie video to a woman he fancied just the same as the 'revenge porn' phenomenon?
What's the point of attending a 'slut night'? As it turns out, quite a lot. The world is still experiencing a massive slutsplosion.
The What I See project is highlighting women's false perceptions of themselves. But it needs to go further.
We've seen a lot of so-called progress in the last few years - but when you really look at the facts where women are concerned, it looks like we may be going backwards.
We probably shouldn’t be surprised that this term appeared in a trial about rape and sexual assault; it isn’t the first time.
How can sex education tackle porn when it doesn't even tackle real sex?
Freedom of choice for women is central to the idea of gender equality, but that doesn’t make every choice a woman makes inherently feminist.
Advice columnists are almost always female, but they really don’t seem all that feminist. It's time to consign this Victorian phenomenon permanently to the past.
A new app says that the optimum decibel level for sex is somewhere between a snowmobile and a flute. We say it's time to get over this competitive attitude to getting it on.
As the threats on Twitter to the likes of Caroline Criado-Perez, Stella Creasy, Mary Beard and others has proved, rape is the popular choice when women become more visible than they apparently should be.
As Ellie Cosgrave had proved, dancing is as good a way as any to deal with sexual assault.
Let's have less Photoshopping, less of the "circle of shame" and less of the ridiculous sex tips, and more of what women might actually want to read about: practical life advice, clothes a human-shaped person can wear and - heaven forbid - <em>books</em>.
From street harassment to hot pants to barbecuing, Rhiannon and Holly will help you survive the sweaty season with your feminist ideals intact.
Non-mothers are often told they'll "change their mind when they meet the right person". Between that and being forced to worry who will visit you in your old age, it's no wonder society seems to believe the happily childless woman is more myth than realit