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I was almost always sexualised, which was no hardship because I fancied everyone like mad.
A British teenager has been convicted of “causing public nuisance” for fabricating a rape claim in Cyprus. But she, and many women supporting her, maintain she was telling the truth.
The thirteenth letter in the New Statesman's A-Z of the decade.
The Women’s Equality Party knows it doesn’t have much hope of gaining a seat on 12 December, so it is instead campaigning with a focus on ending gender-based violence. But can women compete with Brexit?
Had I really wandered around weeping to “How Can I Tell You” by Cat Stevens over a man I’d met perhaps three times?
Cloaked in faux-feminism and masquerading as "girl power", the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show never stopped being a buffet for the male gaze.
“There is no doubt that this Prime Minister is sexist,” writes Dawn Butler.
Moore explores a treacherous sexual terrain that still confronts women today.
Though naysayers doubt the usefulness of the concept, Labour plans to eradicate gender pay disparity by 2030.
Like the introduction of maternity and shared parental leave before it, the policy is a vast improvement on what we have – but retains many of the status quo's flaws.