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.
When these beliefs about feminism, men and women are normalised in mainstream entertainment, it legitimises toxic beliefs.
Again, double standards are applied to ambitious, blonde women and ambitious, blonde men.
Stella Creasy’s amendment could send a message that we don’t have to put up with it anymore.
The marginally better performance of boys at A-level is already being attributed to “tougher” exams.
Lack of menstruation care in police custody could lead to women accepting cautions because they need to change their tampons.
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.