Catherine King discusses the challenges of being a funny woman on the dating scene
Guest Blogger // 19 December 2016
Being a single woman in a swipe-left, swipe-right culture too often reduces us to damaging stereotypes, writes Rachel St Clair
Guest Blogger // 7 December 2016
In a culture which categorises some groups of women as unattractive, D H Kelly explores how this has an effect far beyond whether or not we find love or get laid
D H Kelly // 8 July 2016
Specialist STI dating websites help those diagnosed with an STI find relationships. But are they a good thing? Jo Eckersley investigates.
Guest Blogger // 17 March 2016
Lissy Lovett interviews the actor Amy Conachan about about disability, accessible theatre and Tinder
Lissy Lovett // 15 March 2016
Clare Louise Phipps asks why it's so hard for forward women in the online dating game
Guest Blogger // 8 September 2015
In this guest post, Amy Williams responds to a tasteless blog post entitled "5 reasons to date a girl with an eating disorder"
Guest Blogger // 20 November 2013
US sitcom How I Met Your Mother is now approaching its ninth and final series. Levi Grayshon considers the representation of women on the show and finds that, while the central female characters are sometimes shown in a more positive and feminist light than on other popular sitcoms, the treatment of women overall is problematic at best
Levi Grayshon // 8 September 2013
What retrogressive messages does the formula of this sexist dating show put out to the modern woman? Laura Clancy watches and finds it’s as if feminism never happened. I have...
Holly Combe // 7 August 2013
What retrogressive messages does the formula of this sexist dating show put out to the modern woman? Laura Clancy watches and finds it's as if feminism never happened
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What You Really Really Want and Outdated: Why Dating Is Ruining Your Love Life are anti-self-help self-help guides. They challenge the clichéd, patronising and, often, offensive advice which is usually trotted out in this genre. Katherine Wootton reviews their alternative advice, discovering it is still possible to be a feminist while navigating the minefields of dating and sex
Katherine Wootton // 4 October 2012
Study up on how to succeed in the dating game with Jilly Boyce Kay
Jilly Boyce Kay // 3 April 2012
Take Me Out has recently returned for a second series on ITV. Danielle Almond wondered what this latest incarnation of the prime time dating show had to say about mainstream ideas of gender roles
Danielle Almond // 28 March 2012
Take Me Out has recently returned for a second series on ITV. Danielle Almond wondered what this latest incarnation of the prime time dating show had to say about mainstream...
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