Women in power face a continuous climb, a task made all the more arduous by their detractors’ refusal to acknowledge that the hill actually exists.
While it’s easy to criticise Germaine Greer and support Caitlyn Jenner, the real issue is far more complicated.
Alison Rapp (formerly of) Nintendo is the latest victim of the army of misogynistic gamers, and enough is enough.
Richard Jackson is back with this week’s Long Reads, which deals with offended feminists, a legal stoush between billionaires and a stint in rehab.
In the spirit of Halloween, Bianka Farmakis has decided to conduct a social experiment. She’d dress both conservatively and provocatively, and record the results.
In the wake of the Tara Brown tragedy, Polly Chester looks for her own identity as a feminist; and to the domestic violence crisis in this country.
Resident male ally Mat Drogemuller offers his tips for men who are interested in feminism, but are unsure where to start.
Victoria Cotman addresses the one of the darker aspects of gender politics – slut shaming on social media.
It’s fine to prioritise motherhood, and further discussion around parental leave is vital, but Tanya Riches asks, “What is it about humans that makes us want it all, at once, all the time?”
Taking on Jacob Lynagh’s reply to Clem Ford’s #QuestionsForMen article, Chelsea Corless argues that pitting men’s rights against women’s is counterproductive.
Wanting to see a greater rate of female participation at the highest levels of the legal profession, Lawyer Feng Guo shares her tips on how to achieve the dream.
“Feck” might want to label itself as being liberating “art” with women in charge of the camera, but at $25 a month it sounds like trumped up porn to Anne Johnston.
Olivia Gee loved watching Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s Golden Globes gig, but it left her wondering – do we need to apply the feminist label just because two women were funny at an awards show?
Bianka Farmakis understands the feminist label turning people off when it is synonymous with self-righteousness and bra-burning, but to turn away from the movement’s cause is to turn away from humanity.
The digital space has again spewed out a torrent of online hate at its latest recipient, Emma Watson. April Davis is sick of cowardly responses to brave deeds and words.
If pornography is still considered “bad”, writes Sophie Harkin, does this mean a woman “bad” for watching, or even (heaven forbid) participating in it?
My Little Pony might be the most pro-feminist show out there right now, letting us know that girls can be awesome – Elise Bottle tells you why.
Miley Cyrus and her tacky VMA twerking caused many to lampoon and criticise her, but Karen Hardy wants you to look beyond this to the real issues at stake.