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From the blog Barbie inspiring women New Barbie, same sexism?

Siobhan Ali considers the impact new, ‘inspiring’ ranges of Barbie dolls will realistically have on the women’s movement

By Guest Blogger
18 September 2018

From the magazine “Growing up I never had a princess that looked like me, now I can get an action doll with cornrows!”: an interview with Letitia Wright

Emily Zinkin got to see Black Panther star Letitia Wright, who plays Wakandan royalty and tech genius Shuri, in interview at London Comicon

By Emily Zinkin
18 September 2018

From the magazine Forget Insatiable, watch Dietland instead

Becky Kukla nominates AMC’s Dietland with Joy Nash in the leading role as the (almost) perfect antidote to fat-shaming TV shows

By Becky Kukla
4 September 2018

From The Magazine

Hair dye and heartache

Mila Wood is impressed by the dynamic character development in Far Cry Theatre’s Henna Night

By Mila Wood
29 August 2018

Fun Home: reading it first v watching it first

Ellie Wilson and Emily Zinkin review the graphic novel and musical of Fun Home, Alison Bechdel’s widely acclaimed autobiography

By Various Authors
27 August 2018

Madonna at 60

Kirsty Folan enjoys Lucy O’Brien’s newly updated biography of Madonna, Like an Icon

By Kirsty Folan
25 August 2018

From The Blog

Weekly round-up and open thread

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

By Lusana Taylor
17 September 2018

Improving mental health care for women in prison

Being a feminist mental health campaigner means leaving no woman to the fringes of the system, writes Jennifer Richards

By Guest Blogger
14 September 2018

The F-Word stage blog: September 2018

The F-Word's round-up of what's happening in the world of comedy and theatre this month

By Lissy Lovett
11 September 2018

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