The narrative of resistance and domination in relationships has been the recourse of storytellers since pre-Christian times, with the same lurid, visceral quality evident in Greek myth as in the modern trend of disturbingly violent porn. Yet these primal, animalistic tropes of female subjugation now exist in a ‘civilised’ society, whose vernacular is one of #TimesUp, sex positivity and high-street feminism.
Claire Taylor, an alumnus of The Queen’s College, Oxford, is known for being one of the best female cricketers England has ever...
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The banner is a reproduction of an original flown by the Oxford Women's Suffrage Society
An exploration of the history of female students at Oxford
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The study suggests women are more likely to be judged based on their personality than men
At one single graduation ceremony, ten women were turned away for not wearing socks
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Somerville and Wadham JCRs have each supported £250 worth of funding for The Sisterhood Festival, a charity music event organised exclusively by and for those whose identify as women