Latest Features

What being ghosted taught me about female friendship

Katie Bishop on how ghosting impacts us outside romantic relationships

Katie Bishop // 5 June 2018

Categories: Sex and Relationships

Echoes of Section 28

30 years after the Local Government Act 1988 was passed, D H Kelly describes what it was like to grow up under Section 28 and notices uncanny echoes in modern day transphobia

D H Kelly // 29 May 2018

Categories: Education, Features, Politics and Current Affairs, Sex and Relationships

Say it loud, sing it loud

Victoria Bailey meets Cassie Fox of music promoters Loud Women, a group dedicated to supporting women in music

Victoria Bailey // 25 May 2018

Categories: Activism, Culture and Media, Features, Feminism, Herstory, Interviews, Music

Blindfold

Wedaeli Chibelushi meets musician Marie Naffah whose project Blindfold provides a platform for blind and partially sighted musicians and their experiences

Wedaeli Chibelushi // 19 May 2018

Categories: Culture and Media, Family, Features, Music

The mental health impacts of an intimate partner abuse court case

The criminal justice system must do more to support victims of crime argues Sophia Cooke

Sophia Cooke // 12 May 2018

Categories: Features, Sex and Relationships, Violence

Why the fight to end harassment outside abortion clinics has only just begun

Eve Veglio-White, on behalf of Sister Supporter, talks about progress made – and the work that still needs to be done

Eve Veglio-White // 11 May 2018

Categories: Activism, Street harassment

“I will never, ever stop asking for trans people to be treated with basic dignity”

Joanna Whitehead speaks to the inimitable activist Paris Lees about feminism, class and how trans rights are human rights

Joanna Whitehead // 12 April 2018

Categories: Activism, Class, Culture and Media, Features, Interviews, Politics and Current Affairs, Stereotypes, Violence

Surfing the Femme Wave

As festival season approaches, Victoria Bailey looks to Canada’s Femme Wave for inspiration in a sea of same-old, same-old and male-dominated programmes

Victoria Bailey // 29 March 2018

Categories: Activism, Comedy, Culture and Media, Features, Feminism, Music

Circus Kathmandu: survivors of trafficking reclaim their skills

Kate McLarnon, one of the directors of documentary Even When I Fall, tells Ania Ostrowska about the extraordinary journey of her subjects

Ania Ostrowska // 26 March 2018

Categories: Culture and Media, Features, Interviews

To be young, Bipolar and black: Why Nina Simone’s story matters in the wake of #MeToo

Emma Yapp looks back at Nina Simone's life and how #MeToo could do better by black and mentally ill women

Emma Yapp // 19 March 2018

Categories: Body and Health, Culture and Media, Features, Racism, Sex and Relationships, Violence

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