Issy Kenney-Herbert stresses the fundamental importance of intersectionality in the LGBTQ+ community.
Emma Rath explores how society both perpetuates and facilitates sexual abuse and gender inequality.
As the world puts everything it can into tackling the coronavirus, it feels an appropriate time to take stock of what has happened in the last decade. It is easy now to sit back and pat ourselves on the back for the success of the #MeToo movement, but we are not even close to the end of this long road.
On the face of it, it sounds like a fantastic step forward in battling structural transphobia. Except for one small overlooked detail: they plan to convert one of the women’s facilities, not the men’s. And why is this a problem? I’ll explain.
It is certainly true that there are sexual health-related issues that affect men more than women. Take as a case study the universally unhelpful ‘tough’ masculine image presented in My Left Nut, a series soon…
The appearance of yet another season of Love Island on our screens this winter stands testament to the prominent position it currently holds in pop culture. At a time of political upheaval and social instability,…