I published these a couple of weeks ago but haven’t had chance to post about them here:
As more and more female music artists such as Beyonc\xE9 and The Pussycat Dolls declare themselves to be empowered, Kerry-Lynne Doyle analyses asks whether these artists, and the music industry itself, can ever be feminist-friendly.
Michelle Wright thinks the Government has the wrong priorities when it comes to protecting British citizens from terrorism. Women are under attack, she argues; not only from the abusers and rapists, but from the institutions and systems that are supposedly there to protect us.
A new glossy British feminist magazine? Could it possibly be true? Yes indeed! Catherine Redfern checks out the first issue.
Cazz Blase reviews Emily Prager’s story about a thirteen year old girl which raises interesting questions about childhood and abuse.