Feminism

Human rights organisations in Ireland are calling for the disenfranchisement of those who do not share their political views

Pulling up fairy tales by the roots in the name of feminism makes barren fare for the reader

…and abused women are being let down. David Scullion speaks to Louise Perry and Julie Bindel

Why are more and more women are opting to freeze their eggs as a form of fertility insurance policy?

Mary Wollstonecraft’s statue is a failed attempt to depict an “everywoman”

Julie Bindel shows how abused women are being let down by domestic violence perpetrator programmes

A judicial review has been brought to challenge HMPPS policy which allows men who identify as women to mix with female prisoners

Louise Perry believes the old political labels are irrelevant for feminists

The British Library’s new exhibition on feminism is like being hit with a rolled-up copy of Spare Rib

Myths are more malleable than statues