Sian Norris is a writer and journalist. She is the Founder and Director of the Bristol Women's Literature Festival. She is currently the Ben Pimlott writer-in-residence at Birkbeck University's politics department.
Sympathy for the former Ukip councillor who murdered his wife is an example of how we normalise violence.
A new report argues the Universal Credit system perpetuates inequality, and facilitates abusive men’s control and coercion of their partners.
Can the UK government be trusted to protect and respect women’s human rights after we leave the EU?
“By building him, I’m exploring my own desire.”
Good sex is dependent on the consent of another person. And therefore it is not a right.
It’s no coincidence stalking has such a low conviction rate when the behaviour associated with it is celebrated as romantic.
The UK has backtracked on promoting gay rights at the Commonwealth summit.
In this case it felt as though the woman, not the international rugby stars on trial, was in the dock.
We might not realise what we’ve lost until it’s too late.
The Presidents Club dinner gave men a seat at the table but put women on the menu.