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A Trilogy of Red: Part 1 – Crimson

February 28, 2017 6:46 pm0 comments
A Trilogy of Red: Part 1 – Crimson

Deep in a copse, under a thicket of brambles his member strokes your inner thigh. Cotton sodden from dampened earth, and a mystical murmur hangs beneath the treeline.  It trickles down your leg to mingle with mud and leaves, like a wet dream; a Rorschach test – all confused and […]

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‘Men have ruled the world for too long’ – Interview with Swedish feminist politician Veronica Svärd

August 3, 2014 1:00 pm6 comments
‘Men have ruled the world for too long’ – Interview with Swedish feminist politician Veronica Svärd

‘Men’s violence against women causes more death than all military conflicts in the world. It is the worst form of oppression of women, and of course Sweden, like everywhere else, does not stand free from this global insecurity matter’ – says Veronica Svärd, candidate to the Swedish parliament for Feminist Initiative.  Below you […]

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Rihanna should teach kids a thing or two

January 30, 2014 2:00 pm0 comments
Rihanna should teach kids a thing or two

By the time this article has been published, I am assuming everyone has seen Rihanna’s ‘Pour It Up’ video. But if by any chance you are not amongst the over 90 million people who have seen it, I recommend you watch it now. It has plenty of bare booty, strippers, […]

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On the Rise of Sexual Crimes Against Women

January 22, 2014 12:00 pm2 comments
On the Rise of Sexual Crimes Against Women

Society has normalised an image of women that cannot be without repercussion. When Martin Luther King said that his dream was to see a society where content of people’s character would be the yardstick to measure them, not the colour of their skin; he knew prejudices, discrimination, violence and other […]

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The Inequalities of Equality

November 14, 2013 10:38 am3 comments
The Inequalities of Equality

Introduction: In this article, I will endeavour to describe the key principles of equality. Moreover, I will demonstrate to the reader the foreseeable and consequential, flaws and discrepancies that exist within this ideology.   What is equality? To begin I would like to analyse several words that are key to […]

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The return of sexism in the twenty-first century

November 2, 2013 6:38 pm3 comments
The return of sexism in the twenty-first century

There is growing unease in contemporary society over the revival of sexism, female objectification and gender divides. Writers such as Natasha Walter and Dr. M. Gigi Durham, as well as contributors to blogs and websites including Pink Stinks, OBJECT and the F-Word, have taken up the task of vocalising dissatisfaction […]

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‘Tell Them About the Dream’: US Civil Rights Campaign

September 13, 2013 11:28 am1 comment
‘Tell Them About the Dream’: US Civil Rights Campaign

“If you’re black, you better not show up on the street, ‘less you wanna draw the heat” (Bob Dylan, ‘Hurricane’) And sometimes you might ‘draw the heat’ using public transport, as Rosa Parks found out on a cold winter’s evening in Montgomery, Alabama back in 1955. Alabama, like all the other former […]

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Girl Hate – In Which I Have An Epiphany

October 13, 2012 10:06 pm0 comments
Girl Hate – In Which I Have An Epiphany

After having watched one of Those Pesky Dames’ most recent video offerings on Girl Hate, and just how many women put each other down in a bid to separate themselves from “all those other girls”, I’ve been given a not-entirely-pleasant epiphany about my own behaviour. I am a feminist. And […]

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