A girl shares a hopeful experience with her mother who raised her to never trust men and always be on guard when it comes to love.
A poem about how the poet's day revolves around her efforts to create more space amongst a crowd of men.
Men can be active bystanders; for example, by questioning sexist comments or stereotypes, or talking to a friend whose behaviour towards women doesn’t feel right.
In Sherlock, domination is something to be revered, rather than challenged.
We need to critically introspect whether movements like ‘women have legs’ are in fact exposing our feet of clay.
How do you tell the story of your abuse? Where do you start? Am I telling a story of a girl who is victim or a story of a …
What will it take for male authors to move beyond the 'beautiful, sad, mysterious woman' trope?
Let the world be suddenly afraid of our chests, for our breasts are finally staring back.
Men have come to dominate military combat but new evidence suggests this might be more an accident than an inevitability of evolution.