Resilient Women and the time Pharrel Williams was unable to take responsibility
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Resilient Women and the time Pharrel Williams was unable to take responsibility

Last week Stylist ran an interview with pop overlord Pharrell Williams. The man responsible for over 40% of the current UK chart hits is notoriously loved by a huge majority of people. But he is also responsible (in part) for that song. Stylist describes itself as a feminist magazine and in the piece said they couldn’t ignore asking him about the … Continue reading

We need to sweat the small stuff if we want to end rape culture for good
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We need to sweat the small stuff if we want to end rape culture for good

With ex-judge Mary Jane Mowat’s recent comments ringing in my ears I think it’s time to talk about rape culture and why stopping “women getting so drunk” isn’t the answer.  Rape culture, it’s an uncomfortable phrase isn’t it? It implies that everyone is to blame. It implies that our culture is in some way broken. … Continue reading

Revenge Porn, a Reflection of Society’s Victim Fetish
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Revenge Porn, a Reflection of Society’s Victim Fetish

Last week ex-TOWIE star Lauren Goodger hit the headlines with a ‘sex tape’ scandal. This sort of nasty story gets red top newspapers and gossip magazine’s chomping at the bit to unveil each gory detail. We’ve seen this before, it’s an extremely unpleasant betrayal of trust, but what is even more unpleasant is our reaction … Continue reading