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From the blog 5810163712_ac8a7f249e_z Weekly round-up and open thread

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

By Lusana Taylor
26 September 2016

From the magazine lesser-bohemians-square The dark side of romance

Harriet Kilikita reviews Eimear McBride’s The Lesser Bohemians and finds it to be a complex and subversive take on a classic romance narrative

By Harriet Kilikita
26 September 2016

From the magazine monitors-sq Being a bisexual object

On Bi Visibility Day, Zoe Russell discusses the inconsistent treatment of bisexuality within the culture of hook up sites and sex parties

By Zoe Russell
23 September 2016

From The Magazine

Romcom endgame, Bridget Jones style

EJ Stedman sends you to see the latest installment of the Bridget Jones saga

By EJ Stedman
20 September 2016

Women of Bristol

Megan Stodel reviews Women and the City: Bristol 1373-2000, edited by Madge Dresser, and explores the worth of local history in providing more well-rounded accounts of women's lives during various eras

By Megan Stodel
17 September 2016

“I’m so bloody glad I get to call myself a woman”

Huma Munshi talks to playwright Theresa Ikoko about her new play, Girls, and is inspired by her evident need to create a different and better world

By Huma Munshi
15 September 2016

From The Blog

Autumn 2016 playlist

Autumn 2016 playlist, for your listening pleasure.

By Joanna Whitehead
26 September 2016

Welcome new editors!

Seven new editors join the The F-Word


By Editor
24 September 2016

From Reel to Real: Women, Feminism and the London Film-makers’ Co-op

Selina Robertson previews From Reel to Real, Tate Modern's celebration of feminist fimmaking

By Selina Robertson
23 September 2016

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