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It is wrong to assume that publicly talking about sex will necessarily lead to people having better sex lives.
The Women’s Equality Party contender for London Mayor on political hypocrisy, the care economy, and ending violence against women.
We must not accept the mainstreaming of cosmetic intervention without querying what it will do to us.
Football is not enjoyed or played equally by men and women but it is still discussed as a gender-neutral interest.
Stephen Bush and Ailbhe Rea discuss why football occupies a privileged position in public discourse – and the gender issues related to it.
Comparing the risk of AstraZeneca-related blood clots with the pill was meant to be reassuring. Instead it sparked panic and anger among women.
Bringing pregnancy loss into line with other forms of bereavement entitlement is an important step – but it should only be the beginning of the conversation.
Aggressive sexual culture isn’t created in a bubble, so why do we expect schools to tackle it as such?
It’s not about defending damsels in distress, but creating the conditions in which there’s no distress.
After Metropolitan Police officers’ heavy-handed policing of the Clapham Common vigil for Sarah Everard, a “toxic” workplace culture is under scrutiny.
To acknowledge the labour of mothering we must understand it is as a social and historical construction, one that is contingent and shaped by politics.