Tag Archives: Feminism

  1. “There are no cookies for not being an asshole” – Living feminism, not just thinking it

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    2012/07/18 by admin

    Mary Hamilton Feminism is awesome. Some feminists aren’t. By tackling this one, I’m aware I’m running the risk of infuriating …
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  2. Do you feel uncomfortable about defining yourself as a feminist?

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    2012/07/17 by admin

    Rebecca Allen “Men, their rights, and nothing more; women, their rights, and nothing less.” This is the definition of feminism, …
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  3. The awfulness of banter, and why male feminists should start a revolution

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    2012/07/11 by admin

    Millie Kidson “Why did you say that?” ‘Banter’ is the word of the moment. Whether you’re male or female, young …
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  4. Feminism requires nuance, not sloganeering

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    2012/07/09 by admin

    Mic Wright The list of things I hate is so long that I am currently having it professionally bound together …
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  5. Sexism in the workplace – confront it, you might be surprised

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    2012/07/05 by admin

    Willard Foxton We’ve all had it happen. You’re in an all male environment, and someone says or does something foolish, …
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  6. So…who’s afraid to be a girly man?

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    2012/07/03 by admin

    Helen Lewis What does feminism have to offer men? Well, apart from the warm glow of doing the right thing, …
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  7. Men are expected to stay inside the ‘Man Box’ – they’re hurt by patriarchy too

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    2012/06/28 by sophwarnes

    Sophie Warnes For quite a while now, gender theory and discussion has focused on women and feminism almost entirely, without …
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