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From the blog Introducing May’s guest blogger

The F-Word welcomes Madeleine Pownall, our monthly guest blogger for May

By Amy Grant
30 April 2017

From the magazine Fear in the modern world

Harriet Wailling is engaged and unnerved by three new dance pieces from 2Faced Dance

By Harriet Wailling
24 April 2017

From the magazine Be careful what you eat

Ngaire Ruth finds a great many old tropes under the fresh blood of Raw, Julia Ducournau’s debut feature

By Ngaire Ruth
24 April 2017

From The Magazine

Gone, but not forgotten

Harriet Kilikita finds Amy Gentry’s Good as Gone to be a gripping thriller with a sensitive and intelligent heart

By Harriet Kilikita
22 April 2017

Standing up to industry norms

Sara Sheridan shares her experience of undertaking a feminist marketing campaign featuring a diverse range of models

By Sara Sheridan
17 April 2017

The magical world of Karen Blixen

Emily Lawford finds much that is compelling in a new production at the Print Room

By Emily Lawford
13 April 2017

From The Blog

The comic strip: cake election

Silvia Carrus, our resident cartoonist, warns that cakes baked by women are not necessarily feminist cakes

By Guest Blogger
30 April 2017

Welcome, new editors!

Two new editors join The F-Word

By Editor
26 April 2017

Why having black friends doesn’t mean you can’t be racist

It takes more work than having a few black friends to unlearn racial prejudice and move towards equality, writes Louisa Adjoa Parker

By Guest Blogger
25 April 2017

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