The Feminist Killjoy Gift Guide – There’s something for every feminist here!
This is not what feminism looks like – if you don’t practice what you preach you certainly can’t wear the t-shirt.
A look at how media writes women of colour – Victoria Law writes for bitch media
Yes Geldof, they do indeed know that it is Christmas – Many Africans say the 1980s charity hit is a demeaning relic that can do more harm than good.
‘There are no buts when it comes to women’s humanity’ – Lindy West writes
Transgender Day of Remembrance: Those we’ve lost in 2014 – Although we do need to remember & honour the dead, we need to spend a lot more time focusing on the living so that this stops happening.
Ferguson Defence Fund – If you can donate, please do.
Black in America cartoon – Things black people can’t do that white people do without even thinking about it.
Parliament’s failure to outlaw revenge evictions is yet another setback for renters, landlords, and democracy – Revenge evictions are frighteningly common & there is still no law to stop them from happening.
The pain of the watermelon joke – A very personal account about why some jokes can be so painful.
‘My partner raped me, and I was the one prosecuted’ – Our justice system is so far from being just.
How I sanitized the feminist outrage over the Montreal massacre – brings to mind the words of Margaret Atwood: ‘Men are afraid women will laugh at them. Women are afraid that men will kill them’
#228 Climate Revolutions ● Transitioning beyond climate and Covid-19 crises ● Conservation without colonialism ● Prisons, profits and punishment ● Surveillance capitalism in India ● The uses of comedy ●Simon Hedges ● Book reviews ● And much more!
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It is only through fundamental reform of how clubs are owned, bought, and sold that we can begin to return football to the fans argues Jonty Leibowitz
#TWT20 is officially open for registration. Hope Worsdale writes about why it's returning as a digital-first, month-long festival this September
Cancelling debt for poor countries is desperately needed to shore up public health systems, social protections and address global structural inequality writes Claudia Webbe MP
As more and more comedians find success in the political arena, Rhian Jones lists some of the most prominent examples of satirists turned statesmen
One year on from India’s annexation of Kashmir, Mirza Saaib Bég explores how a new domicile law is strengthening the occupation
The bonfires of Belfast have a raw relevance. Pádraig Ó Meiscill reflects on an annual controversy.