Articles about 'love'

Unsexy women: Love, sex and marginalised bodies

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

Categories: Body and Health, Features, Racism, Sex and Relationships

This week

Megan Stodel writes about the terrible events of recent days

Megan Stodel // 17 June 2016

Categories: Blog

An interview with actor Amy Conachan: “I couldn’t be more excited to tour with Wendy Hoose again”

Lissy Lovett interviews the actor Amy Conachan about about disability, accessible theatre and Tinder

Lissy Lovett // 15 March 2016

Categories: Culture and Media, Features

Backstage of life: Japan’s love hotels

CN Lester praises Love Hotel, a documentary by Phil Cox and Hikaru Toda that beautifully explores the Japanese phenomenon without exploiting its protagonists

CN Lester // 15 September 2014

Categories: Films, Reviews

New review: Dawson’s Creek

Sara Yasin revists an old childhood favourite, Dawson’s Creek. For the 12-year-old version of myself, Dawson’s Creek was part of a forbidden world after 8pm. My feminist gears weren’t turning...

Holly Combe // 22 March 2014

Categories: Blog

Teen angst and “mounting sexual theoretics”

Sara Yasin revists an old childhood favourite, Dawson's Creek

Sara Yasin //

Categories: Reviews, Television

Song of the day: Gwen Avery – Sugar Mama

A joyous bluesey lovesong from the 1977 Lesbian Concentrate album on Olivia Records, a music collective founded in 1973 to record and market women's music. Unfortunately, it didn't lead to more exposure on the label for singer Gwen Avery...

Holly Combe // 21 August 2012

Categories: Blog

New review – Rose: Love in Violent Times

Inga Muscio’s latest book blends anecdotes, history and theory to examine where violence originates from and how to find space for love in a vicious world. The result is in...

Jess McCabe // 14 February 2011

Categories: Blog

Rose: Love in Violent Times

Inga Muscio's latest book blends anecdotes, history and theory to examine where violence originates from and how to find space for love in a vicious world. The result is in turns naïve, stirring and provocative, says Katherine Wootton

Katherine Wootton // 13 February 2011

Categories: Books

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