Blame the media, blame misogyny, blame anything but your own party’s inability to lead
Look at Ed Sheeran. Look at the Beatles. No one listened to the Kaiser Chiefs’ ‘Ruby’, rolled their eyes and wondered aloud whether they would stop writing about their girlfriends soon. So why do we have such a problem with women such as Swift doing the same?
Apparently, women are 'having their cake and eating it too', profiting from an unfair double standard and 'getting away with stuff men never would'. Like sexual assault? Like mass shootings? Like war crimes? Like terrorist attacks? Like human trafficking?
Morrisons is charging women 50 per cent more for toiletries than men
Stylist describes the shots as being 'like two women getting ready before a night out.' Yes, in men’s soft porn lesbian fantasies. In fact, it calls to mind Cindy Crawford wet shaving KD Lang for Vanity Fair, if it were re-shot with the cast of Tattoo Disasters UK
They are simply being themselves, and when you or I sit in our bra and knickers on the loo cutting our toenails, we look very much the same
Whether or not people feel unsafe over a modest piece of clothing is besides the point. They should have no right to impose their prejudice on others
‘The war on terror does not begin inside a woman’s wardrobe,’ one protester said
Philip Davies says women 'want to have their cake and eat it'
Choosing to conflate a cultural and religiously inspired mode of attire – which women choose to wear to feel safe from the sexual gaze of society while partaking in a very ordinary pastime – with a terrorist group is a convenient ‘othering’ of fellow citizens in times of national crisis
He claimed many women 'use their children as a stick to beat the father with'
In How to be a Woman, Moran wrote one line that jumped right off the page and slapped me – a half-Indian girl – in the face: 'I know absolutely that I don’t want to go to India, or be blonde, or fire a gun'
The actress believes she doesn't 'qualify' for the label
The essay was published as the president turns 55
Is the need for feminism dead? Saatchi & Saatchi boss Kevin Roberts seems to think so, at least in the advertising industry. He’s been put on leave for saying the gender equality debate in his industry is “over”. So at least one senior executive disagrees. Cindy Gallop, former president of global advertising agency Bartle Bogle Hegarty in New York, meanwhile, has recently described advertising as: “a closed loop of white guys talking to other white guys about other white guys.”