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‘Cat Person’ — how does literature survive in a viral age?

Online commentators have transformed a piece of fiction into a relatable thinkpiece, at the expense of its status as literature

The insincerity of the female nude

Women should not be afraid to reclaim their naked bodies, writes Priya Vempali

Sowing the seeds for the Eastern bloc’s sexual revolution

Chantal Marauta explores the life of Russian Revolutionary feminist Alexandra Kollontai and her fight for gender equality

One awkward conversation is worth a thousand unwanted sexual advances

Awkward encounters are inevitable, but advances must be reasonable, writes Susannah Goldsbrough.

He couldn’t make them come. He didn’t make us laugh.

Rosie Duthie argues that we must call out casual sexism for what it is, not least when it comes from senior politicians

The media’s focus on false rape claims deters real victims

Cat Bean argues that high profile cases such as Jemma Beale's will further complicate bringing true perpetrators to justice

‘Hotter’ at the Fringe – experimental and warm, but just short...

Ela Portnoy leaves this piece of feminist theatre with a smile on her face

We must care about the Taylor Swift case

Naomi Packer argues that Taylor Swift's recent lawsuit is a timely reminder of the power one woman can have in standing up against harassment

Criticism of Diane Abbott is rooted in racism and misogyny

Chris Goring argues that we must start a conversation about online abuse in both the political left and right
Abortion protest

Northern Ireland’s abortion law is shameful. More must be done

Eimer McAuley argues that all must challenge the isolation and shame which exists as a result of Northern Ireland's abortion law