5 November 2017
What will become known as the sexual abuse uproar of 2017
There's a lot of news and comment ground to cover here. First, I'll try and fail to summarise the events briefly.
12 August 2017
Funny Women Fest – 7 August
Host, Sajeela Kershi, brought together Jing Lusi, Rachel Creeger, Nathalie Kerrio and Hannan Azlan to highlight and have a laugh over women's issues with the theme being 'whence she came'.
8 July 2017
What if Women Ruled the World? review
A film experiment? A performative debate? A play? What if Women Ruled the World? is all of these.
14 March 2017
Feminism is stronger than ever
Certainly a straightforward but a controversial topic, the left-wing movement has made some very questionable developments in recent years - to the point where people lose hope in its purpose & meaning.
8 March 2017
Adele and Beyoncé - an unlikely friendship?
Why is there a need for rivalry between female artists in the music industry?
5 February 2017
'Her' at Half Moon Theatre
'Her', the latest collaboration by Half Moon Theatre and Brolly Productions is a live graphic novel, which encapsulates stage theatricality, film and animation expertise and clever technology - to tell the audience how the life of a fifteen year old female is clearly not all boys, lipstick and smartphones; all across the globe. 'Her' runs till Tuesday 7th February at the Half Moon Theatre before touring the rest of the UK.
21 May 2016
Interview with Ellie Walton and the ladies of 'Hu̇ Chu̇ Mari Udaan'
In the north-western state of Gujarat in India, there's a school, which is more of a centre or 'Open School' for girls and women to return to after they've been taken out of education for marriage.
18 October 2015
An open letter to the gaming industry
It's not me, it's you. I want more from this relationship, I want to start seeing women, and diversity, and I think I should be treated with respect.
2 October 2015
Feminism and the Impact of the Digital Age
Bath Literature Festival has been showing a great variety of female content ahead of today's International Women's Day. Yesterday, I headed to Feminism and the Impact of the Digital Age, with Sarah Brown, Suzanne Moore, and Bath Festivals' own, Viv Groskop.
5 August 2015
What goes on at...the London Feminist Film Festival
Think there aren't enough films that tackle serious female issues? The London Feminist Film Festival hopes to fix that. We caught up with festival director, Anna Read to find out more.