Articles about 'intersectional feminism'

The downfall of Lena Dunham

Sophie Lloyd explores how Lena Dunham’s careless statements might preclude her from being a women’s rights icon

Sophie Lloyd // 23 March 2017

Categories: Features, Feminism

The comic strip: Women’s March

Our resident cartoonist, Silvia Carrus, tackles criticism of the Women's March

Guest Blogger // 6 February 2017

Categories: Blog

Time to redefine: why feminism must be intersectional to fight against Trump

Our monthly guest blogger for January, Rabiah Hussain, argues that we must redefine mainstream feminism if we are to successfully respond to the current threats to women's rights

Guest Blogger // 28 January 2017

Categories: Blog

The challenges of non-partisan politics

Helen Raymond reports from the first ever Women’s Equality Party conference

Helen Raymond // 9 January 2017

Categories: Features, Politics and Current Affairs

What the US election taught us about feminist rage

Trump’s success, while devastating for many, shows us how feminist rage has failed and what we can do about it, writes Monica Karpinski

Monica Karpinski // 18 November 2016

Categories: Blog

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