Raquel Rosario Sanchez speaks with four women who participated in a recent event looking at the experiences of women of colour in the sex trade, and the connection between racism and prostitution.
Raquel Rosario Sanchez interviews two members of Feministas Radicales Independientes de Argentina (FRIA), Maira and Ana. At a meeting organized by Ni Una Menos in February, Ana was physically attacked by a male trans activist.
Policy-makers and “gender identity” scholars may not care about biological sex, but it turns out that patriarchy does care very much about the female bodies of women and girls.
Lucia Perez Montero was drugged and gang raped by three men, before suffering a heart attack due to “excessive pain,” yet three male judges determined all was “consensual.”
From cuts to women’s services to threats to the rights of female employees, conversations around Brexit need to be gendered.
Francisca Marquinez is only one of far too many women killed on account of men’s sexual desires.
We claim to be ready for women’s anger, as a society, but we clearly still expect women to express it in ways we are comfortable with.
Two institutions with nearly the same ethos are treated differently. Why?
Women around the world are fighting back against male violence against women, but you wouldn’t know it, following mainstream feminist media.
Many saw the focus on violence against women at this year’s Miss Peru pageant as subversive and powerful, but the message was entirely contradictory.
Being born female takes a toll on women only we can understand.
Opting in and out of sex-based oppression is something only the most privileged believe they can do.
On May 31, the Dominican Senate voted to uphold a total ban on abortion. Even in cases of rape and incest, and when the woman’s life is in danger.
“How could she say such a thing?!” Behind every response to Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s recent remarks about transwomen was the message that people were not only outraged with the Nigerian novelist and…
The headline of an opinion piece pubilshed in prominent Spanish newspaper El País, “We are not sheep,” implies a story of oppressed women reclaiming their agency. The piece, though, turns out to…