Feminism’s White Noise
Feminism

Feminism’s White Noise

Following the release of new Suffragette film last month, critics have complained of the lack of Women Of Colour represented on screen. The bemusement stems from the screenplay writer, Abi Morgan’s decision to create a “composite character” as the lead, and yet citing historical accuracy as a justification for the lack of diversity in the film. Emily … Continue reading

Diary of a Trainee Journalist: The Guardian has ruined me.
Diary of a Trainee Journalist / Feminism

Diary of a Trainee Journalist: The Guardian has ruined me.

I’ve just got in from a visit to my grandparents’ – they’ve got political views that could slaughter a sacred cow, but I love them. It’s the you-read-the-daily-fascist-but-you’ve-made-me-a-beef-wellington type of love. Ian McEwan calls it enduring love. What’s a family meal if “the Guardian’s ruined this country” doesn’t burn your lefty soul as you fork … Continue reading

Elicit Theatre Company: Femmetamorphisis ★★★
Feminism / Theatre

Elicit Theatre Company: Femmetamorphisis ★★★

Elicit Theatre Company: Femmetamorphisis ★★★ A true Fringe venue, The London theatre is loveably shabby and inscrutably tiny. Femmetamorphisis is the brainchild of Sharron Spice; writer, director and actress. In her shocking pink body stocking she led the audience into a touching domestic scene of female solidarity, over every generation, every race, creed or sexuality … Continue reading

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“12 Sex Things Men Really Don’t Give a Crap About”: My Response

Cosmopolitan Magazine has been, for many tweens and young adults alike, the sparkling gemstone of sexual exploration and understanding. After reading my first “Cosmo” I lay in bed staring at the glow-in-the-dark stars stuck on my ceiling and hoped I’d never have to “spice things up and tickle a ball, or two”. But nonetheless, my … Continue reading