The secret’s out, women eat
Ripley beat the patriarchy and a rampaging xenomorph – but the new female lead isn’t even given the chance
Oh, thank you so much for enlightening us as to how we should breastfeed
'Bodies are bodies. They come in all shapes and sizes, and every one is flawed'
Andy Martin meets the martyr to freedom of speech and wrecking ball to the modern rules of academic life in New York
After continuously being asked by women how she 'does it all', Tiffany Dufu is urging women to challenge gender norms at home as well as work
There were many women at the forefront of that movement in Britain, and it's important not to forget the pivotal role they played
Conservative MP Philip Davies was right to try and block the Istanbul Convention, which focuses only on violence against women and ignores men's issues, getting us no closer to genuine equality
Forget cherry blossoms and delicate slices of raw fish
Veteran women's rights campaigner Diane Munday recalls the stark reality of backstreet abortions in the UK
Founder Florence Schechter speaks exclusively to The Independent about why we we need to celebrate vaginas
Judge Mansell’s comments further demean survivors by suggesting they suffered from abuse because they were weak in the first place. A strange Darwin-esque, 'survival of the fittest' style idea that these women fell prey to abusers because they were prey anyway
Campaigners want university to name dedicated, 'unbiased and professionally trained' member of staff to work on campus full time to tackle sexual assault, harassment and rape
The reality of sex work is being dissected in two new plays showing in Brighton - a city synonymous with sleaze
Ayatollah Khamenei claims West makes women an 'object of gratification'
The outspoken sociologist talks to The Independent about feminism, immigration and the difference between men and women