As part of his ‘New Left’ series, Dan Fisher explores how we can define sexism and patriarchy, and how these forces continue to shape our world.
Feminists are divided on proposed reforms to the GRA and sex and/or gender self-determination. What are the implications for people born female?
Many women encounter harassment and intimidation on a daily basis, but the consequences for its perpetrators are often lukewarm or nonexistent altogether.
From Hitchens’ niqab scenario to Murray’s bleak predictions for a sexless future, has sexual harassment forced us to choose between freedom and fear?
We need to face up to pornography’s damaging effect on attitudes towards sex and sexual equality, argues Critical Sisters’ Jo Bartosch.
To what extent are sexism and sexual harassment governed by culture? Some say biology may play a role in dictating behaviour.
Societal sex differences can be driven by and reflect biological sex differences. Is there no place for the liberal who believes this?
Possessing higher than average intelligence, let alone good-looks, does not and should not qualify as grounds for legal ‘leniency’
Tara Abhasakun interviews Craig Pomranz, author of a new children’s book titled Made By Raffi, about children and gender roles.