Written by Chloe Lawson In 2018, tens of thousands of women of all ages and backgrounds took to the streets in Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh and London to mark 100 years since the first UK women were allowed to vote. The event, named PROCESSIONS, was a once in a lifetime mass participation artwork whereby 100 women… Read More Women Making History: An Exhibition
Written by Amy Britton In the middle of the #MeToo movement, Cho Namjoo released the feminist novel, Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982. The novel follows the story of Kim Jiyoung, an average Korean woman, who lives an incredibly ordinary life. Cho tackles the issue of misogyny in Korea and many of the experiences that women all… Read More Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982 is the feminist novel that we need today
Written by Isabelle Tyner It saddens me deeply that someone would not openly call themself a feminist. I want to rant and rave about why they should. But then I remember I was once like them. And the reason I’m so passionate now is because I found my own journey through education and experience which… Read More Fearing The F Word?