The Daily Mail reports that paying female presenters more means cutting budgets elsewhere.
A woman allowed her boyfriend to brand his name on her body to help assuage his jealousy.
It’s the logical outcome of countless messages regarding what a woman is supposed to be: beautiful, available, smiling, bending to the will of men and existing only to reflect men’s glory.
It’s sickly and patronising, yet somehow as long as wages for housework and an end to objectification remain off the table, a cream with one quarter moisturiser sometimes feels better than nothing.
Kate has been declared a rebel for daring to carry her own child. What?
A disproportionate focus on the way men’s lives are affected by rape accusations has an important role to play in rape culture. Suddenly it is no longer the alleged crime, but its reporting that is the act of violence.