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I had been having an enjoyable evening with a silly movie, and then – boom – misogyny.
The novelist on feminist dystopia, free will, and what women choose to do with their bodies.
The Walthamstow MP on why the pandemic has been bad for women, and what policymakers can do about it.
As hairdressers become a major political battleground across the globe, new conspiracy theories have been popping up about the hair of women in the public eye.
Lockdown restrictions across the world have only exacerbated existing issues with domestic abuse.
Why gaslighting is not so much about outright lies but obfuscation and sleight-of-hand.
Now that my body is alone, it is dissected. It lives only in images, in pieces.
Life feels so savagely hollow to me right now that to look closely at an hour seems terrifying.
I think how much more we could all learn from listening to the experience of older feminists.
Online, people began to make jokes about prison rape. It always shocks me, that ugliness.
The leader of the WEP and City Hall insider on why she wants to be mayor of London.