Articles from September 2003

Watching the Detectives

Beth Anderson recounts the story told in a documentary about one rape case, and wonders how we can improve the legal system.

Beth Anderson // 20 September 2003

Categories: Television

Get Your Frock On: An insight into organising a womens’ community event

Red Chidgey speaks to Coral and Marie, part of 'The Cailleach Collective', inspirational organisers of Glasgow's 'Frock On!' events.

Red Chidgey // 19 September 2003

Categories: Activism, Interviews

Sexual Healing

Ben Thurgood wonders why the feminist concept of equality in sex hasn't entered into the mainstream - after all, equality is just common sense, surely?

Ben Thurgood //

Categories: Men, Sex and Relationships

‘Feminists are Sexist’

Should feminists have to spend exactly half their time, energy, and resources working on behalf of men to be taken seriously? Catherine Redfern thinks not.

Catherine Redfern //

Categories: Feminism, Men

From Greenham to Menwith: The women’s peace campaign at Menwith Hill

The spirit of Greenham Common is alive and kicking, says Finn Mackay, a young feminist who lived at the women's peace camp at Menwith Hill during the 90s. Here she explains its history and provides a call to other interested women to get involved.

Finn Mackay //

Categories: Activism

Taming of the Shrew

Performed by the Company of Women at the Globe Theatre, 2003

Ealasaid Gilfillan // 18 September 2003

Categories: Events

Christina Aguilera – Can’t Hold Us Down

Christina Aguilera's new song 'Can't Hold Us Down' contains some refreshing feminist sentiments, says Lorraine Smith.

Lorraine Smith // 16 September 2003

Categories: Music


Ailsa finds the Mooncup a revelation.

Ailsa //

Categories: Products

News roundup for September 2003

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

Sara Vali //

Categories: News


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