Pulses were sent racing in 1995 when Andrew Davies’ television adaptation of Pride and Prejudice saw Mr. Darcy, played by a fresh-faced Colin Firth, emerge sopping wet from a lake in a translucent white shirt that barely clung to his torso.
One of the first lessons we are taught as children is that to gain respect, we must first earn it. Yet for...
Dolly Parton's iconic film is a feminist powerhouse
With visceral imagery and effective multi-roling, Radical Attic Productions' darkly feminist show explores the inheritance of abuse
The issue of contraception is an issue for all of us.
Hickson tries one formal experiment after another and each time brings a different gender-dynamic under her lens
Cesca Echlin talks to Clean Break, the theatre charity offering female offenders a means of expression
Katie Sayer's anticipation of Oriel Classics Society's interpretation of a bizarre Greek comedy turns out to be a tragedy
Eleanor Harris argues that while everyday sexism is very real, the term itself detracts from the feminist movement as a whole
Department of Materials alumna Anna Ploszajski received the invitation and took to Twitter, using the popular hashtag #everydaysexism