Articles by Megan Stodel
Megan Stodel leaves Luisa Omielan’s stand-up show feeling inspired despite the occasional misstep
Megan Stodel // 29 July 2015
You have until 6 September to complete the government's consultation on their commitment to bringing in regulations that will lead to large businesses publishing information on pay and gender; Megan Stodel outlines the background and benefits
Megan Stodel // 16 July 2015
The New Collective are a group of women invited to bring their performance art to an international festival held in the UK. Megan Stodel sees a worrying sign in the refusal of their visa applications
Megan Stodel // 14 June 2015
Despite some promising themes in Wicked, Megan Stodel finds the musical about the witches of Oz defying the gravity necessary to go beyond their superficial exploration
Megan Stodel // 10 March 2015
It's that time of the week again - find interesting links from around the web here
Megan Stodel // 9 March 2015
LGB women face immense barriers when attempting to claim asylum in the UK. A new document suggests progress could be made, but as Megan Stodel writes, only if the guidance is followed
Megan Stodel // 22 February 2015
This week's collection of links to news, stories and observations that The F-Word team found this week. Do you have any to add?
Megan Stodel // 19 January 2015
Here are this week's links to articles and posts we've found interesting - enjoy!
Megan Stodel // 24 November 2014
We're back! After a short hiatus, here is the round up of links we've found interesting recently, plus a space for discussion in the comments
Megan Stodel // 17 November 2014
Time Magazine thinks the word "feminist" should be banned; Megan Stodel thinks it isn't the word that the world has a problem with
Megan Stodel // 14 November 2014
Despite upcoming changes that would see mothers included on marriage certificates, Megan Stodel isn't wedded to the idea of marriage
Megan Stodel // 21 August 2014
The days of the gender pay gap are numbered...or they would be if we could actually get some numbers. Megan Stodel calls on companies to follow through with their commitments to publicise data on pay
Megan Stodel // 16 August 2014
It's great to see so many plays focused on the struggle for women's rights over the years, but Megan Stodel asks whether theatre can work more actively for the feminist movement
Megan Stodel // 10 August 2014
The Royal Shakespeare Company is showing a festival of short plays on feminist themes. Megan Stodel wishes this wasn't a one off
Megan Stodel // 9 August 2014
Welcome the new guest bloggers, Abigael Watson and Mag the Blag
Megan Stodel // 7 August 2014
Most of the media seems to think that women have taken over the cabinet in the recent reshuffle. Megan Stodel demands a recount
Megan Stodel // 21 July 2014
The collection of the interesting links we've come across this week - have a look and discuss in the comments!
Megan Stodel // 13 July 2014
Links we've found interesting this week
Megan Stodel // 2 June 2014
A play about single mothers was apparently quite the shocker in the 1950s. When Women of Twilight was made into a film, it became the first to be X-rated in...
Megan Stodel // 30 April 2014
Megan Stodel is pleased to encounter a play from the 1950s with such a large cast of women, but Women of Twilight is too sensational to ever hit home
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If I search for the phrase “Was Margaret”, Google’s first suggestion to complete the sentence is “…Thatcher a feminist”. It surprises me that there remains much debate about this, considering...
Megan Stodel // 24 April 2014
Beauty pageants hold a special position in feminism, as it was through a protest at the 1968 Miss America pageant that we got labelled as bra-burners. Nevermind that no bras...
Megan Stodel // 23 March 2014
When I read Mia Hull’s review of Red Pig Flower, a performance artist who has recently been exhibiting in London, I was struck by the use of magic potions in...
Megan Stodel // 15 March 2014
Rachel Gonzalez Boyd has recently reviewed The One, a play about the murky depths of a complicated relationship. She found that its merits are in its ambiguities. What is being...
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