Sexism

  • People

    Billie Jean King on double standards: “Girls are brought up to be perfect”

    “My mother was always worried about me being a lady at all times...but what does that mean?"

    Posted by
    Emily Reynolds
    Published
  • Donald Trump and Theresa May
    Opinion

    Theresa May’s meeting with Trump has exposed how fickle the sisterhood really is

    It’s 2018. Aren’t we all better than this?

    Posted by
    Kayleigh Dray
    Published
  • Dear Joan and Jericha podcast review
    Life

    “Dear Joan and Jericha is dark, cruel and sexist – and it’s my new favourite podcast”

    Tired of feeling outraged by misogyny? Julia Davis and Vicki Pepperdine’s satirical advice podcast will let you laugh at it, instead.

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
    Published
  • Life

    Meet the women spearheading this Friday’s protest against Trump

    Will you be joining us to make a stand against Trump?

    Posted by
    Alix Walker
    Published
  • serena williams sexist wimbledon traditions mrs husband name
    Opinion

    Why does Wimbledon still refer to female tennis stars by their married names?

    It’s an archaic tradition that erases women’s achievements. Can we consign it to the history books already?

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
    Published
  • Opinion

    How this politician turned a young woman’s murder into a conversation about him

    Everyone is talking about David Leyonhjelm’s sexism and slut-shaming – but he shouldn’t be the focus of our attention.

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
    Published
  • Visible Women

    “If we want more women in the public eye, our ideas about power must change”

    42% of women wouldn’t get involved in public life because they’re “not that type of person”. But why can’t “that type of person” be an ordinary woman?

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
    Published
  • Long Reads

    “The upskirting bill is just the start. Here’s what we need to tackle next”

    There are still big, gaping holes in the law - and it's time to make a change

    Posted by
    Sarah Biddlecombe
    Published
  • Opinion

    “How dare people compare Maya Angelou to men accused of domestic violence?”

    She was a sex worker. They were alleged abusers. They’re not the same thing.

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
    Published
  • Visible Women

    This editor took out a full-page ad after being mistaken for a sex worker

    “We are black creative women heading to Cannes, please do not ask us how much for the night #AssumeNothing.”

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
    Published