What’s Current: Nottinghamshire police say they will record misogyny as a hate crime

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Nottinghamshire Police will begin recording misogyny, like abuse and sexual harassment, as hate crimes.

Australian judge says that incest and pedophilia “may be accepted” by society.

BBC article attempts to posthumously erase female artist Claude Cahun as a lesbian, claiming instead that she was actually trans.

Another Indigenous environmentalist has been murdered in Honduras:

“While the memory of the murder of Bertha Cáceres is still fresh in our minds — a crime which remains unpunished — Lesbia Yaneth Urquía was found dead on Wednesday afternoon, July 6th. Some press reports claim that the victim sustained a head injury which could have been caused by a sharp object, although others suggest that she was shot to death.”

“Thinking Differently: Feminists questioning gender politics” to be held this weekend in London.

Advertising works to keep women in their place.

Susan Cox

Susan Cox is a feminist writer and academic living in the United States. She teaches in Philosophy.