masters of sex

Bringing sex out of the closet: Gemma Short reviews Masters of Sex

Gemma Short reviews Masters of Sex – TV drama that combines social commentary about a divided and changing America with fraught relationships, plenty of sex, and 50s outfits, Masters of Sex is a gripping watch. Now in its second series, Masters of

masters of sex

Bringing sex out of the closet: Gemma Short reviews Masters of Sex

Gemma Short reviews Masters of Sex – TV drama that combines social commentary about a divided and changing America with fraught relationships, plenty of sex, and 50s outfits, Masters of Sex is a gripping watch. Now in its second series, Masters of

Tackling rugby club sexism

By Beth Redmond The men’s rugby club at the London School of Economics has been disbanded, after circulating a sexist, classist and homophobic leaflet at this year’s freshers fair. The text of the leaflet mocks students at “poly” universities, describes

Tackling rugby club sexism

By Beth Redmond The men’s rugby club at the London School of Economics has been disbanded, after circulating a sexist, classist and homophobic leaflet at this year’s freshers fair. The text of the leaflet mocks students at “poly” universities, describes

Yes means yes

By Charlotte Zalens California has become the first state in the US to have “yes means yes” consent legislation. The legislation, which was passed at the end of September, applies to all post-secondary schools and is a result of a

Yes means yes

By Charlotte Zalens California has become the first state in the US to have “yes means yes” consent legislation. The legislation, which was passed at the end of September, applies to all post-secondary schools and is a result of a

“It is the Kurdish people fighting, but this is a much bigger issue”: interview with Roza Salih

Roza Salih, who is Vice President Diversity & Advocacy at University of Strathclyde Students’ Association in Glasgow and NUS Scotland’s International Students’ Officer, has been organising protests in solidarity with the Kurdish struggle. She spoke to Solidarity. This battle is

“It is the Kurdish people fighting, but this is a much bigger issue”: interview with Roza Salih

Roza Salih, who is Vice President Diversity & Advocacy at University of Strathclyde Students’ Association in Glasgow and NUS Scotland’s International Students’ Officer, has been organising protests in solidarity with the Kurdish struggle. She spoke to Solidarity. This battle is

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Let’s talk about…Nina Power’s One Dimensional Woman

A monthly reading group exploring radical interpretations of women’s oppression. After a little summer break we’re back and this month we’re reading Nina Power’s One Dimensional Woman (2010). The book looks at how capitalism and the right-wing have co-opted and

One Dimensional Woman_cover

Let’s talk about…Nina Power’s One Dimensional Woman

A monthly reading group exploring radical interpretations of women’s oppression. After a little summer break we’re back and this month we’re reading Nina Power’s One Dimensional Woman (2010). The book looks at how capitalism and the right-wing have co-opted and

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We all belong to Glasgow

Charlotte Seleus reviews an adaptation of the story of the Glasgow Girls

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We all belong to Glasgow

Charlotte Seleus reviews an adaptation of the story of the Glasgow Girls

Religion, LGBT rights and military regimes – an interview with LGBT and feminist activist Yemisi Ilesanmi

Kate Harris interviews LGBT and feminist activist Yemisi Ilesanmi How did you get to where you are today as an LGBT activist and out bisexual woman?It has been an interesting, tasking, journey towards self-awareness. It is also a journey that

Religion, LGBT rights and military regimes – an interview with LGBT and feminist activist Yemisi Ilesanmi

Kate Harris interviews LGBT and feminist activist Yemisi Ilesanmi How did you get to where you are today as an LGBT activist and out bisexual woman?It has been an interesting, tasking, journey towards self-awareness. It is also a journey that

Domestic Violence and the Morning Star

By Beth Redmond Rory McKinnon, who had been a reporter at The Morning Star for three years, has been threatened with the sack for confronting the RMT about Caroline Leneghan’s domestic violence allegations against the union’s Assistant General Secretary Steve

Domestic Violence and the Morning Star

By Beth Redmond Rory McKinnon, who had been a reporter at The Morning Star for three years, has been threatened with the sack for confronting the RMT about Caroline Leneghan’s domestic violence allegations against the union’s Assistant General Secretary Steve

womens lib

Upcoming event: Let’s talk about Marxist Feminism: lessons from the women’s liberation movement

Let’s talk about Marxist feminism: lessons from the Women’s Liberation movement A monthly reading group exploring radical interpretations of women’s oppression. When? Monday 14 July • 6.30-8.30 pm Where?  University London Union, Malet St, London, WC1E 7HY room tbc What are

womens lib

Upcoming event: Let’s talk about Marxist Feminism: lessons from the women’s liberation movement

Let’s talk about Marxist feminism: lessons from the Women’s Liberation movement A monthly reading group exploring radical interpretations of women’s oppression. When? Monday 14 July • 6.30-8.30 pm Where?  University London Union, Malet St, London, WC1E 7HY room tbc What are

suffragettes

Upcoming event: Let’s talk about Marxist feminism: votes for women!

A monthly reading group exploring radical interpretations of women’s oppression. When? Monday 9 June • 6.30-8.30 pm Where?  University London Union, Malet St, London, WC1E 7HY, room 2b       What are we reading?  This month we’ll reading about the fight

suffragettes

Upcoming event: Let’s talk about Marxist feminism: votes for women!

A monthly reading group exploring radical interpretations of women’s oppression. When? Monday 9 June • 6.30-8.30 pm Where?  University London Union, Malet St, London, WC1E 7HY, room 2b       What are we reading?  This month we’ll reading about the fight