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This week's collection of interesting links from around the web as chosen by the F-Word team

By Lusana Taylor
6 July 2015

From the magazine rsz_3the_selecter_promo_image_1_c_jules_annan Anarchy and activism

Helen G finds musical solace and affirmation in The Selecter’s new release Subculture

By Helen G
6 July 2015

From the magazine Biog 25 Sculpture in a different world

Alicia Rodriguez appreciates the Barbara Hepworth retrospective at Tate Britain, but finds that transplanting the works into a gallery transforms their impact and meaning

By Alicia Rodriguez
4 July 2015

From The Magazine

The likeability factor

Do we judge women more harshly than men? Do feminists need to be likable? The Legacy asks difficult questions about gender and social conscience, writes Suzanne Duffy

By Suzanne Duffy
30 June 2015

Feminist apocalypse, now!

Wedaeli Chibelushi is charmed by Jenny Hval’s explicitly (and explicit!) feminist new album Apocalypse, Girl

By Wedaeli Chibelushi
29 June 2015

This film is hmmm…

Holly Millar sees potential in the story at the heart of agnès b.’s debut feature but is disappointed with how it was executed

By Holly Millar
29 June 2015

From The Blog

Displaying drug costs on prescription items is another attack on the vulnerable

Prescription items worth more than £20 are to carry a label, detailing this cost along with the phrase “funded by the UK taxpayer”. This move proposes to reduce waste, but...


By D H Kelly
6 July 2015

Features and reviews round-up

Features & reviews you might have missed from The F-Word in June

By Lusana Taylor
3 July 2015

Will the Women’s Equality Party go far enough?

Tilly Grove asks whether the new Women's Equality Party will deliver the change women really need

By Guest Blogger
2 July 2015

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