Ask A Feminist: Stylist Magazine

If you're missing my dear departed Ask A Feminist series, you might be pleased to hear that Stylist Magazine's website have started their own weekly Ask A Feminist feature. It's been running since March and so far, they've covered topics like: Calling people on their sexist bullshit What makes a good role model? Who has... Continue Reading →

Feminism Friday: The Gentlewoman ‘In Fashion’

For Feminism Friday this week, I couldn't resist sharing this fascinating video interview with The Gentlewoman editor-in-chief Penny Martin, that was conducted by SHOWstudio editor Lou Stoppard as part of their 'In Fashion' series. Martin admits to not being interested in 'fashion' as a teenager, but that she and her peers were reveling in the... Continue Reading →

Review: Icon

I was offered a review copy of a book published by The Feminist Press entitled Icon, edited by Amy Scholder and, to my great shame, it has taken me far too long to get around to writing about it. Described to me as "a collection of writings by prominent feminist writers, thinkers and performers, revealing... Continue Reading →

Feminism Friday: Introducing Neon Moon

As regular readers will know, I like to share things that catch my eye and a recent email about feminist body positive lingerie was certainly going to do that! The founder of a new lingerie company called Neon Moon - supported by the Prince's Trust and currently fundraising on Kickstarter - got in touch with... Continue Reading →

Feminism Friday: Wowzers!

Saturday 8th March is International Women's Day, so what better time to celebrate the achievements, creativity and talents of women and girls around the globe? Well, that's exactly what Wowzers Festival will be doing in London next weekend. This exciting community-led event is open to all and includes activists, performers, writers, campaigners and... you. With... Continue Reading →

Ask A Feminist: Intersectionality

This month's question is: How do you think intersectionality can become the norm, as opposed to it often being seen as an oppositional ideology? The first couple of replies were sent directly to me, but the rest were sent to the group as a whole, resulting in a very interesting discussion! Let us know your... Continue Reading →

Big Swinging Ovaries

At the weekend, I found out about Jess De Wahls and her upcoming art exhibition entitled 'Big Swinging Ovaries'. I'm not entirely sure what I thought it would be from that title, but I was amazed once I found out more. Beginning on International Women's Day and running for 11 days, the show will be... Continue Reading →

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