October

A Human Rights Scandal – by Kat Banyard

Interview with radical feminist Alicen Grey

Prostitution law reform – what about the men? by Jenny Kemp

What the release of Oscar Pistorius says about the law and violence against women by Zoe Williams

Why Pulling Yourself Up by Your Bootstraps is Bullshit via @ForHarriet

Jeremy Corbyn: Two views by @strifejournal

Growing old while female via @WomanAsSubject

The Framing of Gender Apartheid: Amnesty International and Prostitution by Taina Bien-Amie

How feminism became capitalism’s handmaiden – and how to reclaim it by Nancy Fraser

Breaking news: rapists can be nice university educated boys by Rebecca Reid

11.10

We need to talk about process…  at Trouble & Strife

The Woman’s Heart Attack by Martha Weinman Lear

Remembering Rosie: We Will Not Forget You  by Marcy Bloom

Comparing Acquisitive Crime to Rape by Sarah Ditum

Mass Killings in the US: Masculinity, Masculinity, Masculinity by Soraya Chemaly

How not to report on child sexual abuse: An 11-year-old boy does not “have sex with” his adult babysitter  by Mary Elizabeth Williams

Mean Girls: Why Do Australian Feminists Care So Little About the Most Vulnerable? by Laura McNally

Why Do Famous Men Keep Getting Away With Violence Against Women? by Zeba Blay

No-Platforming: The Neo-Liberal Fascism by Victoria A. Brownworth

Man tells women breastfeeding is easy. Woman observes man is a nincompoop by @HerBeattitude

No platform: my exclusion proves this is an anti-feminist crusade by @bindelj

Parents who publicly shame their kids: These disgusting attempts at viral infamy need to stop by Mary Elizabeth Williams

A hashtag shouldn’t make men fear for their lives. They already have a safe space – most of the world by Suzanne Moore

The big father figure lie: Race, the Kardashians and the latest war on Black moms by Brittney Cooper

The One Where I Get Teary via @Jackieme2009

From safe spaces to court summons, how did it get here? by Chimene Suleyman

Misogynoir: where racism and sexism meet by Eliza Anyangwe

The white privilege of British poetry is getting worse by Andrea Brady

Revolutions don’t need vanguards via by Elizabeth Kassade

TRIGGER-HAPPY-FLASH-BACK…OR WHY I STARTED #everydaytriggers via @anewselfwritten

Choice’ for women remains a loaded term. by @HoursofChaos

‘Abusive relationship’. When did this become a thing? by @SparkEquip

Vesta and Ana Mendieta: Sacred Altars Re-visited by ‪@rebecca9 ‪ 

The language of distress: Black women’s mental health and invisibility‪  via ‪@WritersofColour

The Psychology Super-computer!: I’m coming out…………….as Working Class 

The Not So Blaze-A Poem by ‪@FatFemPinUp

A Boudicca Of Women by ‪@CatEleven

A day of truce – imagining freedom at Reclaim the Night Perth

LEGALIZED PROSTITUTION IN AUSTRALIA: BEHIND THE SCENES… : Interview with Simone Watson via @RessourcesPros

Some thoughts on “ethical porn” at Purple Sage

who would be a working-class woman in academia? by Lisa McKenzie

4.10

‘I’m not a hypochondriac. I have a disease. All these things that are wrong with me are real, they are endometriosis’ by Gabrielle Jackson

There’s no way to defend the Jack the Ripper museum while women are still being murdered by men | Sian Norris

Weasel Words: Paedophiles and the Cycle of Abuse by Liz Kelly

Working at weddings for 15 years completely ruined them for me  by M. Macahill

Room for Debate: Feminism Is a Political Movement, Not Just a Matter of  Self-Help by Stephanie Coontz

“How Can White Women Include Women of Color In Feminism?” Is A Bad Question. Here’s Why. by Mia McKenzie

Roger Fuckbythenavel and the Strange Case of the Queer Deer  via @LucyAllenFWR

Florida Teen Arrested for Science Experiment Never Offered Same Support as Ahmed Mohamed  by Jess Swanson

What “Sex Work Is Work” means for women  by Umlolidunno

Another 1 percent white privilege: The invisible advantage we need to discuss now by Mia Birdsong and Nicole Rodgers

120 Questions for Amnesty  by Anna Djinn