Feminist Times: Ten things I hate about feminism
Deborah Coughlin | 2014-07-14
Hate's a strong word but, from polarisation to anti-trans, to putting on two stone in her role as Editor, Deborah vents!
Most rapists and murderers aren’t ill. Don’t call misogynists “mad”
Philippa Willitts | 2014-07-10
Philippa Willitts looks at the impact of language on furthering mental health stigma.
OJ, Yewtree & Pistorious: It’s time we listened to Sue Lees
Kate Smurthwaite | 2014-06-18
Kate Smurthwaite on how our justice system continues to let men get away with murder and rape. When will it change?
The Ecosexuals are Coming!
The Famous Lauren Barri Holstein | 2014-07-14
The Famous Lauren Barri Holstein interviews Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens about ecosexuality and Post-Porn Modernist.
End sexual violence in conflict: Change will come from the Congolese
Jude Wanga | 2014-06-11
Jude Wanga reports from the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict.
A Womb With a View: After birth – what I’ve learned…
Jude Rogers | 2014-06-10
After the birth of her baby boy, Jude Rogers has some epiphanies and top tips.
Feminist Times: My Feminist Times ‘journey’
Charlotte Raven | 2014-07-14
As Feminist Times as we know it is put on ice, Founder Charlotte Raven reflects.
A feminist alternative to asylums?
Charlotte Raven | 2014-05-16
Editor-in-Chief Charlotte Raven explores progressive solutions to the national mental health crisis.
Charlotte Raven | 2014-04-10
Now even the Guardian's at it, will it be long before reality segues seamlessly into advertising? Or has it already happened?
Dolly Parton – “A radical in rhinestones”
Helen Morales | 2014-07-14
Author Helen Morales on the feminism of music legend Dolly Parton.
Suarez got a longer ban for biting than racism
Jude Wanga | 2014-07-09
Football fan Jude Wanga on how the biggest story of the World Cup has a racist undercurrent.
Song Sisters: A free songwriting masterclass tour, just for women
Helen Meissner | 2014-07-08
Are you an aspiring singer-songwriter? Don't miss the Song Sisters tour this summer.
“The left has a tendency to eat itself. The anti-capitalist left, the feminist left”
Roz Kaveney | 2014-07-14
Laurie Penny in conversation with Contributing Editor Roz Kaveney.
Trojan Horse: Ofsted & the media fall short on gender
Kalwinder Sandhu | 2014-07-03
The girls and their views have been invisible in the narrative of an Islamic extremist plot.
Video: “Expected victimhood” – do you know how to escape a zip tie?
Claire Kurylowski | 2014-06-26
Director Claire Kurylowski addresses why "How to Break Out of Zip Ties" went viral.
Companies must end culture of secrecy for the Equal Pay Act to work
Gloria De Piero | 2014-07-14
Gloria De Piero, on why 44 years after it was enshrined in law, women earn just 80p to every man's £1
Lifeworks and the power of protest
Editorial Team | 2014-07-09
An update from Lifeworks, the mental health clinic threatened with closure.
Unemployment up by as much 272%: Black & minority ethnic women hit hard
Kalwinder Sandhu | 2014-06-05
We need to highlight the different experiences within ethnic groups says Kalwinder Sandhu
Feminist Times: Money and a room of our own
Sarah Graham | 2014-07-14
Deputy Editor Sarah Graham on labours of love: how often women are expected to work for free, including us.
SHE-form: Art and feminism beyond borders
Anna Olsson | 2014-06-24
Anna Olsson tells us about She-form, an organisation for women in design.
Howzat? Cricket board stumps women’s pay potential
Lizzy Ammon | 2014-06-19
£20,000 a fortnight women's tournament rejected, while men bowled over by six figure salaries.
What Feminist Times means to me…
Editorial Team | 2014-07-14
Consciousness raising, subjectivity, troublemaking, and freedom to write while still paying the bills.
Land of Smiles: exploring Thailand’s anti-trafficking movement
Erin Kamler | 2014-06-27
Erin Kamler, creator of 'Land of Smiles', explains why some policies do more harm than good.
It’s divisive to talk about rebranding the F word
Leisa Taylor | 2014-06-25
Leisa Taylor reports back from the second Feminist Times West Midlands event.
Andrea Dworkin’s Last Rape
John Stoltenberg | 2014-07-14
Her harrowing experience is now a theatre piece. Her life partner tells the backstory.
Bates’ blueprint for a ‘normal’ wedding won’t inspire those who want to be different
Sarah Graham | 2014-06-30
Deputy Editor Sarah Graham asks why feminist wedding guides are so reluctant to be radical.
Sexism makes female sexual dysfunction a hidden problem
Emily Griffith | 2014-06-02
When women are assumed to have low sex drives, medical problems can fly under the radar. Emily Griffith asks why.
“Cliquish, tunnel-vision intolerance afflicts too many feminists”
Deborah Coughlin | 2014-07-14
An interview with "dissident feminist" Camille Paglia about the fourth wave.
How pioneering women took back Yoga from men.
Uma Dinsmore Tuli | 2014-05-29
How did a medieval male practice become a multi-billion pound global business with an almost entirely female customer base?
‘Worcester Woman’ talks back: should there be more women in politics?
Leisa Taylor | 2014-05-28
Co-ordinator of the first of our local teams explains why this new project is important.
The Best of Feminist Times
Editorial Team | 2014-07-14
A look back at some of the best moments from ten months of Feminist Times.
Coat hangers and blood: Imagine a world without abortion
Melanie Scagliarini | 2014-06-05
Illegal abortion is only a channel away from the UK & the US is making it harder. We must remember the cost of not having control over our bodies.
#GenderWeek: Class is to gender what a tube map is to London
Roz Kaveney | 2014-04-28
Gender as a class system is a useful schematic but it does not show the full terrain of gender.