Seyran Ateş, a lawyer and feminist activist, speaks with Conatus News about law, faith, feminism, and integrating migrants in Western societies. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: To begin,…
Allegations of serious misconduct have emerged against Tariq Ramadan recently, yet there appears to be relatively little public outcry. Why is this so?
Conflict within the Labour party shows us how a male-oriented focus on gender identity can hurt the feminist movement by ignoring women’s rights.
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 have to let go of an illusion – that there is some bright line between men who rape and men who don’t rape, between the bad guys and the good guys.
‘Very Important Pedocriminal’ was the slogan painted on one protester’s back at the museum of cinema, Cinémathèque Française, as the venue attempted to host a retrospective…
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?
When so much of our lives are determined by sex, the plan by the ONS to eliminate ‘sex’ from the details, is as dismissive of women as it is drastic.
In the past decade, we have seen a change in intersectional feminist discourses around obesity and the rise of ‘fatness’ as a marginalised identity