Wednesday, May 18, 2022
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I’ll Bark if I Want To: On Letting Women Be Angry

So I say: let women be angry. Let us bark at men in the streets who catcall us, let us foam at the mouths when men tell us to smile more, let us hiss at those who deem our clothes 'too revealing.'

Toxic mask-ulinity: What COVID-19 tells us about the cult of the...

"How has a public health measure become a point of gender expression?"

KitKat

Lying down like an upset wine bottle, smeared across the floor

Men more likely to travel during lockdown, says Oxford study

The Oxford COVID-19 Impact monitor has found that men in the UK have moved more than their female counterparts in every age group, both...

Are we blind to the need for blind casting?

Perhaps the biggest debate surrounding ‘gender-blind and colour-blind’ casting (with which actors are cast regardless of the traditional race/gender of their role) is the...

Queer Theory

As we go into LGBT+ History Month, many figures throughout history - modern or not - are looked upon and celebrated, and rightly so....

BRITs come in last place for gender equality

The 40th edition of the BRIT Awards is fast approaching, and with it, concerns over the lack of female nominees in mixed-gender categories are...

Mertonian U-Turn: college changes its policy on trans intersectionality

Merton college has made a substantial U-Turn on its policy surrounding an upcoming discussion of “Perspectives on trans intersectionality”. On Wednesday, the College withdrew...

Kiss My Genders – Celebrating identity with the Hayward Gallery

The Hayward Gallery's huge curation 'Kiss my Genders' attempts to unite over thirty artists from the LGBTQ+ community in a celebration of gender identity and fluidity. Charlotte Hall gathers her impressions of the exhibitions - how effective is it at breaking down stereotypes and prejudice?

Driven to Tears

“I’d thought being a ‘lad’ was what you had to do in this day and age. But I hated what it made me”