All posts tagged feminist

Sexual Freedom and Reproductive Rights in the Land of the Free

Alabama, Mississippi, Ohio, Georgia, Missouri, Kentucky, Arkansas, Utah and Iowa —the nine states in the U.S that have attempted and/or succeeded in passing a “heartbeat” bill, policing women’s bodies and […]

Queens, Teens and a Saviour: Women in today’s TV

Now that summer has practically begun, we have all the time in the world to catch up on TV, watch new shows or re-watch old ones. Anyone who knows me […]

The Stamp of Feminism in Kill Bill 1 & 2

(spoilers ahead) Tarantino tells the fun and crazy story of The Bride seeking revenge on ‘Bill’, who sent her into a coma with a bitter headshot on her wedding night. […]

Mary, Mary Quite Quantrary

Mini skirts, turtlenecks and sleek bobs. All these items should scream the 1960s to you, a time of great fashion change which is still seen to inspire fashion today. The […]

A Beginners Guide to Feminism

For some unknown reason the term ‘feminism’ has been tainted. What once described the belief that women deserve equal rights has transitioned into a dirty word connoting man-hating and radicalisation. […]

Is Makeup Feminist? An Honest Reconsideration

A few months ago, I wrote an article about makeup and feminism. It has been by far my most controversial piece, and I maintain my position that makeup can be […]

Stop Being a Boob and Embrace going Braless!

Since starting university last September, I’ve often received uninvited advice regarding my choice to go braless underneath my outfits. I’ve become accustomed to people telling me that guys will get […]

10 years on: is Jennifer’s Body a subversive cult classic?

10 years ago, Jennifer’s Body was released to mixed reviews and failed to leave a mark on audiences. In the coming years, the film has gained a cult fanbase and […]

What We Can Learn From Jess Glynne’s Song ‘Thursday’.

As my boyfriend always reminds me, I am a huge fan of girl on girl appreciation. Don’t worry, I am not about to launch into some feminist rant, but I […]