The truth about those 'squeaking millennials' is that they have actually looked at freedom of speech with a more critical eye than the generations before them
If today’s Hollywood actresses complain about the pressure to stay ageless and the lack of meaningful female roles post-35, then imagine Doris Day in 1962
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
Pregnant with my third child, I faced more than one self-righteous male informing me that 'biological sex is a construct.' The arrogance of this is staggering. Every single human being on this planet exists because of the reproductive labour of female bodies
Sex writer Magnus Sullivan speaks about why men need to explore their bodies, masculinity and the future of sex toys
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
2017 has been hailed as the year of 'vaginanomics' - and the team behind Par Femme are riding the wave
Feminist writer was subject of criticism for comments about the trans woman's experience compared to 'a woman who has lived from the beginning as a woman'
A photo of the man’s ‘lewd and totally inappropriate’ stunt has gone viral on social media
Just like the meme, I’ve been sat next to women in burkas when travelling around London in drag, and here are the comments I’ve received about my kind: ‘I love your nail polish.’ ‘Where can I come see you perform?’ ‘You look beautiful habibi, can I follow you on Instagram’
This season, say it with your chest
"Feminism is important to me because my dad doesn’t think I can be an engineer"
I wish you had been there every single time someone I love has told me that she has been, or knows someone who has been, sexually assaulted or raped
What does history suggest about what's in store for women's rights?