Approximately 1500 people braved the rain to march for women’s rights in the wake of International Women’s Day (IWD).
Sahra Magan thinks intersectionality is key to any discussion of Islamophobia
Aulina Chaudhuri calls for white people to check their privilege and educate themselves rather than drown in white guilt.
Sahra Magan reflects on Patricia Arquette’s speech and the persistent need for more intersectionality in feminism today.
Tilly Lawless writes on what motivated her to start #facesofprostitution.
Sophie Gallagher attended the All About Women festival, where she spoke to Celeste Liddle and Clementine Ford.
Anna Egerton attended an International Women’s Day breakfast.
Anna Egerton and Freya Newman review another offering from the Mardi Gras film festival, She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry.
By Bridget Harilaou and Shiran Illanperuma.
Is the conception of ‘sisterhood’ doing anything for intersectional feminism? Astha Rajvanshi interrogates the pros and cons of this ‘universalising’ concept.