Sian Norris is a writer. She blogs at sianandcrookedrib.blogspot.com and is the Founder & Director of the Bristol Women's Literature Festival. She was previously writer-in-residence at Spike Island.
The Presidents Club dinner gave men a seat at the table but put women on the menu.
After sex robots, some are are applying artificial intelligence to love.
Giving the role to the anti-choice MP suggests the party is happy to curtail abortion rights.
Police officers scoffed at Worboys' victims when they first reported his crimes - and as home secretary, Theresa May took the side of the police.
Young once wrote about having his “dick” up a colleague’s arse.
The quickest way to humiliate a woman is to attack her for her sex, as opposed to her politics.
The Church of England's attempt to stop bullying has sparked a backlash.
Rees-Mogg claimed that women who terminate a pregnancy after rape were committing a “second wrong”.
These problematic dolls invite abusive treatment.
Eroticising a lack of consent is no answer to male sexual violence.