theresa may doesn’t deserve your sympathy
After the ex-PM announced her resignation today, she was seen crying, which was enough for many people to express their sympathy with her and forget about Yarl's Wood and the Windrush generation.
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what the moby/natalie portman drama says about gender power dynamics
And the wider male insistence on beauty (and youth) being a form of power used over them.
Marie Le Conte
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guitar music isn’t dead; these gen-z women are running it now
If the arrogance of male-dominated guitar music has left a bad taste in your mouth, these women are proving that the genre’s future is inclusive, exciting and worthy of your attention.
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nobody photographs women like camille vivier
The French photographer just released her photobook Twist — a surrealist visual poem about women, sculpture and architecture.
what it's like to be a romani teenage girl
Barcelona-based photographer Neus Solà shows us what the transition into adulthood is like for girls whose lives are dictated by their community's rules.
how 90s show 'smack the pony' led the way in feminist comedy
An absurdist sketch show paved the way for the likes of 'Broad City' and 'Chewing Gum'.
the best feminist movies of 2018
The editor of feminist film journal ‘Another Gaze’ gives us the standout movies of the year.
what is audio porn and is it an exploitation-free way to get off?
gola is a fearless iranian artist making life-changing music for rule-breakers
Her powerful new video urges women to demand the respect they deserve.
femme-run labels are the future of the music industry
Suzi Analogue, Bunny Michael, Hether Fortune, and Fielded are bucking the traditional music label system — and breaking up the industry boys' club.
why a new generation of women are challenging south korea's beauty standards
A feminist “corset-free” movement is gathering steam in the world's plastic surgery capital.
is netflix’s sabrina reboot really as feminist as it proclaims?
Kiernan Shipka resurrects Sabrina as a strong, independent, outspoken witch. So why does the show keep reducing her to voyeuristic shots of her body?