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Kira Cochrane is the women's editor for the Guardian and writes a regular column in the New Statesman.
How a writer's value has plummeted just because its author wasn't actually pimped out as a child
There is no other crime in which a victim is so widely disbelieved as rape
Behind all the talk of men in crisis there are increasing signs that women's toehold is actually sli
The appalling plight of Britain's child carers
Two very personal reasons as to why you shouldn't speed
To have any sense of sexual freedom at all, easy access to abortion was and is entirely necessary bu
'Those who argue that traditional mothers are the be-all and end-all are making fathers seem expenda
How women get dressed up for an underwear advertising campaign
Is society obsessed with the issue of women who commit suicide?
How great were those young years really?