It could be said that feminism was born in Newington Green with its most famous resident Mary Wollstonecraft. It was therefore fitting to gather in the Assembly Rooms of Stoke Newington on Saturday (5th June) as part of the area’s first literary festival, to consider what Wollstonecraft would have made of the state of feminism [...]
14th April, 2010 by Hannah B
Hannah B reports back from Ruskin College’s conference on 40 years of Women’s Lib
22nd October, 2009 by Katie
“If you got married, you could lose your job. If your husband beat or raped you, that was your problem. And if you wanted contraception, you did not go to your GP. Welcome to the 1970s.” A review of Ms Understood: Women’s Liberation in 1970s Britain.
16th September, 2009 by Mike Haydock
The women’s game can only improve with investment, but without the media exposure, it will continue to rumble on below the radar, writes Mike Haydock.
7th September, 2009 by Chie Elliott
The British are notoriously awkward in their attitude towards women’s breasts, especially when it comes to breastfeeding.