Articles about 'harassment'

Tarantino, your apology is inadequate

Quentin Tarantino's response to the sexual abuse allegations against his long-time friend, Harvey Weinstein, is nowhere near good enough, writes Constanze Wilson

Guest Blogger // 11 November 2017

Categories: Blog

Thoughts on #metoo

Thoughts on the #metoo campaign

Joanna Whitehead // 16 October 2017

Categories: Blog

Examining the #ThatsHarassment campaign

Kate Harveston considers a new campaign designed to raise awareness of everyday sexual harassment

Guest Blogger // 25 August 2017

Categories: Blog

I wore men’s clothes for a month – and it changed my life

Motivated by Octieber and determined to combat the world of gendered clothing, Lucy Rycroft-Smith tries menswear for a month and documents her findings

Lucy Rycroft-Smith // 7 January 2017

Categories: Fashion and Image, Features

Is it time for gender neutral toilets?

Gender segregated toilets are something we take for granted, but D H Kelly argues that gender neutral public toilets might be better for everyone

D H Kelly // 28 March 2016

Categories: Blog

A letter to the man who called me a cunt at a Take That gig

Felicity Hannah describes her experience of harassment at a Take That gig with her disabled sister - and she's not taking it lying down. Here is her letter to the man who harassed her

Guest Blogger // 17 July 2015

Categories: Blog

Paid work and gender equality

There is a lot in the American press right now about women, men, paid work and gender equality in the workplace, most of which has come to my attention through...

Kendra Strauss // 1 March 2013

Categories: Blog

Rail companies shunt women’s safety into a siding

When it comes to safety, the privatised rail industry is still putting profit first - and women nowhere. In this guest post, Jane Fae finds that a small story speaks volumes about commercial attitudes

Jane Fae // 22 February 2013

Categories: Blog

What is the Everyday Sexism Project?

Laura Bates created a place to record incidents of everyday sexism, which has quickly attracted thousands of stories from women all over the world. She explains how the project works and why she set it up

Laura Bates // 15 August 2012

Categories: Feminism

Song of the day: Adeva – Warning!

Adeva makes a stand against harassment

Holly Combe // 25 July 2012

Categories: Blog

Why do you think it is appropriate to grope me?

In my first post I talked about what it’s like to go to a typical, commercial club such as Proud in London on a Saturday night, and their role in...

J Matthews // 21 April 2012

Categories: Blog

Ask A Feminist #7: A personal story

This week I'm handing over to Linda, who got in touch to ask if she could share her story of being stalked after being left by her ex.

Laura // 20 March 2012

Categories: Blog

Those who think VAW is a joke will never take it seriously – unless they are made to pay

A guest post from Jane Fae picking up on the Paddy Power story that Helen G blogged about on Sunday

Jane Fae // 22 February 2012

Categories: Blog

Zimbabwe: IWD marchers harassed by police

As if it wasn’t infuriating enough to have written one IWD post about the British government apparently deciding that violence against women is no more than a serious obstacle for...

Helen G // 10 March 2011

Categories: Blog

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