Articles from September 2002

Response to ‘Under Your Skin’

'Star of Venus' queries Lucy Gollogly's review of Richard Kern's artwork, and below, Lucy responds.

Lucy Gollogly // 16 September 2002

Categories: Events

Bad Mothers

Claire Riley is one woman who's sure she'll never go 'warm, mushy and gaga' over motherhood, and here she argues that feminism needs to bust the 'perfect mother' myth.

Clare Riley //

Categories: Body and Health

Bend Over Girls – he’s in Freak Mode

Society needs to stop thinking of men as slaves to their sexual urges, argues Holly Combe. She examines the damaging common idea that, once aroused, men become an unstoppable force that it would be rude - even immoral - to try to stop.

Holly Combe //

Categories: Men, Sex and Relationships, Violence

News roundup for September 2002

A round up of the months news, compiled by Sara Vali and Catherine Redfern

Sara Vali //

Categories: News

A Third Wave?

Is there such thing as a "Third Wave" of feminism? What are the differences between the feminism of the new generation and that of the Second Wave? Can we make our own revolution in the shadow of those who preceeded us? And why do young women feel so isolated as feminists?

Catherine Redfern //

Categories: Feminism, Soundbites

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