Two institutions with nearly the same ethos are treated differently. Why?
How can liberal feminism celebrate the end of grid girls while continuing to argue in favour of “sex work” as an empowering choice for women?
So long as women are objectified in the music industry, sexism will prevail.
Aziz Ansari isn’t an evil man — he is a completely normal man.
High heels are harmful and painful, but the pressures of femininity and marketing ensure women continue to suffer for “beauty.”
Love magazine’s advent calendar teaches women that being “strong” means being objectified.
Radical feminism challenges us to be better than our patriarchal culture asks of us — to reject patriarchy’s glorification of control, conquest, and aggression.
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.
The real message of Blade Runner 2049 is that objectification can only lead to dehumanization.
Hef should not be remembered as a freedom fighter, but a con artist of epic proportions.
Despite David Simon’s critiques of pornography, American media stuck to their neoliberal guns.
The New York Times published a revelatory exposé of the modelling industry today, revealing that young models are are valued solely for their appearance and treated like (often sexualized) objects that exist…
Amber Rose’s “challenge” is a scam. Don’t fall for it.
What’s the matter with so-called “sex robots” anyway? Surely they are nothing more than a harmless toy and a comfort to lonely men, right? Wrong.
“I don’t see technology as neutral — I see technology as driven by cultural forces. And the cultural forces that are driving this technology is the commercial sex trade.”