How fans attending Chris Brown’s sold out UK tour are referencing race in their arguments against the singer’s ‘cancellation’.
‘She Said’ Misses an Opportunity to Expose Harvey Weinstein’s Elite Enablers
The new film about the exposure of Weinstein keeps its focus on the poster villain for #MeToo – but misses a chance to expose the “girl bosses” who protected …
Iran Feels the Wrath of a Movement Held Down For Too Long
The death of Mahsa Amini unleashed outrage at the government's treatment of women that had long been simmering beneath the surface.
How Women Holding Flowers Held Japanese Courts to Account
For a protest movement to succeed, it must fit within the cultural landscape of its environment.
Tracey Rose, Renegade South African Artist: Understanding Her 30 Years of Outrage
A major exhibition in Cape Town revealed the unique brew that characterises the work of this politically charged feminist artist.
For the Love of Thor! Why It’s So Hard for Marvel To Get Its Female Superheroes Right
Director Taika Waititi’s new 'Thor: Love and Thunder' features a female superhero, but again struggles to transcend the stereotypes of a genre where the male fan base still decides …
The Perishing of Truth
A poem on how at the end of the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial, we are all lost.
Depp v Heard: Defamation Trials With Imputations of Abuse Hinge on Gendered Stereotypes
Reform is needed to better balance the protection of men’s individual reputations with the rights of women to speak about their experiences.
Charles Fourier: The Man Who Coined the Term ‘Feminism’
'Feminism', which Fourier coined in 1837, has spurred milestones for women – from voting rights to #MeToo.
Bollywood’s First ‘Intimacy Coordinator’ Wants Safe Standards for Sex Scenes
Production crews have normally been responsible for the well-being of actors on Bollywood sets. But now India's film industry has its first certified intimacy coordinator.