Articles from March 2004

Are you married? If not, why not?

Why isn't she married? Because it's a patriarchal, homophobic institution, and always will be, says Victoria Dutchman-Smith.

Victoria Dutchman-Smith // 19 March 2004

Categories: Sex and Relationships

Hollywood Women

Lorraine Smith ponders the role of women in film-making. What will it take for women to be accepted behind the camera - and how long will it be before a womans win the Academy Award for Best Director?

Lorraine Smith //

Categories: Culture and Media, Work and Play

Feminine Feminism

Laura Wadsworth loves lipstick, fashion, boys, and the colour pink. Does that mean she's not a feminist? No way! Girly girls can be just as feminist as anyone else, she argues.

Laura Wadsworth //

Categories: Fashion and Image, Feminism

News roundup for February/March 2004

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

Sara Vali //

Categories: News

Osama (review 1)

Barmak's loosely fact-based story of a family of women forced to invert the Taliban's strict gender order is a stark reminder that some feminists are more equal than others. Tamlyn Monson reviews Osama.

Tamlyn Monson // 16 March 2004

Categories: Films

Osama (review 2)

Barmak's loosely fact-based story of a family of women forced to invert the Taliban's strict gender order is a stark reminder that some feminists are more equal than others. Laura Wirtz offers her view on Osama.

Laura Wirtz //

Categories: Films

Natural deodorants

Looking for new ways to save the environment, money, cut down on waste and avoid nasty chemicals while still smelling fresh? Kery Saegert tests a variety of organic natural deodorants

Kery Saegert //

Categories: Products

Comments from January – March 2004

More comments!

Catherine Redfern // 14 March 2004

Categories: Comments

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