Review: My Life in Agony, Irma Kurtz
Radical Agony Aunts | 2014-02-20
Our Personal Agony Aunt reviews Irma Kurtz's 'My Life in Agony'.
Taboo Corner: He was gorgeous – but married
Anonymous | 2014-02-14
An anonymous Feminist Times reader opens up about her recent entanglement with a married man.
A Womb With A View: The anti-medicine brigade
Jude Rogers | 2014-02-07
In her first pregnancy diary, Jude Rogers rails against the anti-medicine brigade policing her choices.
Profile: Women’s Independent Alcohol Support
Patsy Staddon | 2014-02-21
Patsy Staddon on the work of Women's Independent Alcohol Support.
After Abuse: The Noise of the Unsaid
Amna Iqbal | 2014-02-18
Pakistani journalist Amna Iqbal interviews other survivors of sexual abuse in Karachi.
Congo Stigmata: The day Ensler crucified herself
Jude Wanga | 2014-02-13
Jude Wanga mourns a loss of faith in V-Day, telling Eve Ensler: "The women of Congo are not living cadavers."
Valentine’s Day: The anniversary of my mother’s death
Charlotte Raven | 2014-02-14
While others are exchanging gifts, Charlotte remembers her mother on the anniversary of her death.
Happy Birthday to Eu-nuch
Charlotte Raven | 2014-01-29
Today is Germaine Greer's 75th birthday. Charlotte Raven reflects on her life and work.
My last word on Reality TV
Charlotte Raven | 2014-01-17
Editor-in-Chief Charlotte Raven explores our collective relationship with Reality TV.
How the youths’ villain went from Thatcher to Harry Styles
Deborah Coughlin | 2014-03-06
Harry Styles beats Putin and Cameron at being "Villain" for NME readers. If this isn't depoliticisation, what is it?
Conducting course for women – the end of orchestral sexism?
Sarah Graham | 2014-03-03
Morley College launches a conducting course for young women - what does it mean for classical music?
Feminist Events Listings: March 2014
Verity Flecknell | 2014-02-28
Storm in a Teacup's Verity Flecknell presents her top feminist events in March 2014.
Yarnstorming manly Manchester
Guest | 2014-02-28
Craftivists Warp & Weft explain why they've yarnstormed Manchester Town Hall.
TV’s got a Fox Problem and I hope it’s zoo TV
Deborah Coughlin | 2014-02-04
The second series of an all-female zoo TV show heralds a serious channel change predicts Editor Deborah Coughlin.
VIDEO: The World After Men
Guest | 2014-01-23
Matthew Hancock, Carol Gilligan and Finn Mackay debate the merits of matriarchy.
Young mums are Stratford’s biggest Olympic losers
Deborah Coughlin | 2014-02-06
Sochi? Send John Sweeney to Stratford, says Editor Deborah Coughlin; the Olympic legacy is not all squeaky clean.
How to make the unhappiest town happy
Dan Thompson | 2014-01-30
Social Artist Dan Thompson explains how we can make revolution an everyday thing.
What women really worry about 2014: The stats
Fran O’Leary | 2014-01-08
The glossies say we want to look different; the stats, says Fran O'Leary, expose a very different wish list.
Feminist Toolkit: How to organise a union
Frances O'Grady | 2014-03-06
As part of our coverage of the miners' strike 30th anniversary, Frances O'Grady provides a guide to organising a workplace union.
Comeback: Why the Nordic Model harms women
Guest | 2014-02-27
Independent escort Laura Lee and the English Collective of Prostitutes respond to RadFem UK's article on the Nordic Model.
Farage, it’s the system that needs changing – not biology
Mel Tibbs | 2014-01-30
Comments made by the UKIP leader Nigel Farage belie truths about sexism which society likes to pretend don’t exist, says Mel Tibbs.
RadFem UK launches
Sarah Graham | 2014-03-07
New radical feminist organisation RadFemUK launches this evening.
Women Against Pit Closures: memories from the miners’ strike, 30 years on
Sarah Graham | 2014-03-05
As part of Women's History Month, we mark the 30th anniversary of the miners' strike.
Review: Nineties Woman – Rosie Wilby
Sarah Graham | 2014-03-03
Deputy Editor Sarah Graham reviews Rosie Wilby's Nineties Woman show.
“Plagiarism begins at home” – uncovering the real Zelda Fitzgerald
Kat Lister | 2014-03-07
Ahead of the 66th anniversary of Zelda Fitzgerald's death, Kat Lister looks at her hidden literary legacy.
#LGBTMarryMe: Feminist Times & Fox Problem Debate
Editorial Team | 2014-02-27
The podcast and Storify of our debate: "Is same sex marriage just a distraction?"
Greer? hooks? Dworkin? Send a feminist Valentine’s card
Rebecca Strickson | 2014-02-13
Looking for the perfect Valentine's card for the feminist in your life? Look no further.
Anne Scargill: “There’s no jobs. There’s nothing. In 1984 we knew this would happen”
Sarah Graham | 2014-03-05
Sarah Graham interviews Anne Scargill on the 30th anniversary of the miners' strike.
Open letter to journalists: middle class strippers – it’s neo-liberalism, stupid
Dr Kate Hardy | 2014-03-03
After another Daily Mail journo gets in touch, Dr Kate Hardy is compelled to write an open letter.
Pussy Riot split confusion: cultural action always has blurred lines
Susan O'Shea | 2014-02-21
Two years since Punk Prayer, researcher Susan O'Shea looks at feminist cultural activism.
Emmeline Pankhurst turns up in a pancake
Sarah Graham | 2014-03-04
Celebrate Pancake Day with your very own Pankhurst Pancake.
Happy Valentine’s from Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle
Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle | 2014-02-14
Make love to the Earth today, and every day! A special Valentines message from Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle
Bums, heels and media darlings: What feminists want?
Rachel Salvidge | 2014-02-03
Why do even our readers prefer high profile media stories to the environment? Shape up, says Salvidge.