Articles about 'feminism stereotypes'

Is Wonder Woman a feminist?

She might be a powerful woman who embraces her strength and physicality, but, Sharon Jagger asks, can we really call Wonder Woman a feminist?

Guest Blogger // 7 April 2018

Categories: Blog

Page 3 debates: no room for nuances?

There seems to be a tendency for the mainstream media to assume feminists oppose Page 3 and then set us up against glamour models, regardless of what we say

Holly Combe // 26 January 2015

Categories: Blog

New feature: High heels of clay

Helen Monks considers the continuing unreasonable pressure on female pop stars to be role models. Remember when Lily Allen wrote that great feminist song about how women shouldn’t need to...

Holly Combe // 21 October 2014

Categories: Blog

High heels of clay: is it any wonder our modern gods wobble?

Helen Monks considers the continuing unreasonable pressure on female pop stars to be role models

Helen Monks //

Categories: Features, Music

Song of the day: Kelis – Caught Out There

A woman is angry with a man. Must be a feminist thing, right?

Holly Combe // 27 August 2012

Categories: Blog

New feature: It’s not feminism that hurts men

I expect many of you will be familiar with the recent Observer article by Elizabeth Day about philosopher David Benatar’s claims that “sexism against men is a widespread yet unspoken...

Holly Combe // 22 May 2012

Categories: Blog

It’s not feminism that hurts men

Jo T examines a recent article supporting claims that men are "the new second sex" and finds it to be a highly misleading piece that fails to consider the role of patriarchal structures in men's suffering and instead opts to blame feminism

Jo T // 21 May 2012

Categories: Culture and Media, Features, Feminism, Men

Falling for Me

Anna David devoted a year of her life to following the advice set down in a classic book from the 1960s, but Diane Shipley questions the self-empowerment message in a book bogged down with regressive ideas and strict gender-roles

Diane Shipley // 13 October 2011

Categories: Books, Reviews

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