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Scenes With Girls : A Review

"The play as a whole was beautiful to watch. It is funny, relatable and well-delivered."

Irmgard Keun’s normal superwomen

Lori Latour reviews the life and work of the 20th century German novelist Irmgard Keun.

“I have a boyfriend”: A lie as old as time

I have a boyfriend. Why do we say it? Because of the time-honoured strange conviction that the female 'no' actually, to all intents and purposes,...

On breakups: Dumping exes and expectations

In a perverse way, I think I was excited for my first break up. I grew up on a cultural diet of Elle Woods...

Breaking Bridge

CW: Sexual assault. Women want to be able to look and feel good when going on a night out and not be sexually assaulted. Fun...

The politics of pink: A brief history of pink

"the ever-changing significance of the colour pink has worked to define and redefine its own politics."

Oxford students gather for anti-spiking demonstrations

"The protest began with a series of speeches on the steps of the Bodleian, followed by a march through the city. The march passed by the popular nightclubs ATIK and Bridge, although both were shut."

Gender abolition: Why it matters

"The solution cannot be simply equality. It must be the dissolution of gender as we know it."

Anti-abortion stall at Freshers Fair criticised by Oxford student groups

"Several Oxford political societies, groups, and other students have condemned Oxford Students for Life’s stall at the Freshers Fair."

Feminist or Anti-feminist: Responses to Promising Young Woman

CW: sexual assault and rape, suicide “Every week, I go to a club, and every week, I act like I’m too drunk to stand. And...

Ethical fashion: Woven by women from the Earth to our bodies

'Women are born with the opportunity to make everything possible. It’s part of our DNA, if we can deliver children in this world, we can do anything. Women are the best managers, we manage the home, pregnancy, periods, family.'

“Well-behaved women seldom make history”: Hills, Poetry and Protest

At Joe Biden’s inauguration I, along with the rest of the world, watched Amanda Gorman reignite a marriage of unparalleled power: poetry and politics....

Why the feminists in my college still call me a whore

CW: rape Last month, as the United Kingdom reeled from the murder of Sarah Everard, we found ourselves realising once again what it means to...

“Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History”: Freedom Fighting, Queen Jezebel and India

Christina Rossetti’s poetry is often coloured with feminist insights, as she handles conditions ranging from that of the unmarried Victorian women to so-called ‘fallen...

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