Women, even at their most difficult, do not cause the same kind of problems that arise as a result of men’s presence in women’s shelters. Women do not treat other women the way men treat women. Women do not do to other women what men do to women.
Tag: Violence Against Women
Rebecca Solnit has sold herself out, along with women everywhere.
The New Zealand Prostitutes’ Collective response to COVID-19 highlights the fact that full decriminalization of prostitution does not actually protect women.
Katherine Denkinson delved into the world of MRAs to find out where the normalization of violence against women was coming from.
In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Fiona Mackenzie, the woman behind We Can’t Consent To This — a campaign tracking accounts of women murdered due to supposed “sex gone wrong.”
It is more and more common for women to be expected to participate in body-punishing acts in their own sex lives, thanks to the normalization of sadomasochistic pornography.
As the Vancouver Public Library (VPL) worried about strained relationships with and the safety of “trans, gender-variant, and two-spirited individuals” due to the impending arrival of Meghan Murphy (founder of Feminist Current),…
Elite South Korean men have been outed as violent sexual exploiters, but regular men need to be accountable for their role in rape culture too.
Not only does pornography impact women in the sex trade, but it harms society at large. And we are seeing the results on a widespread basis.
Although rape and domestic violence are criminalized, a quick scan of our culture makes it clear that violence against women is something that we consume, celebrate, and, ultimately, excuse.
Lesbians are being harassed and bullied out of their own spaces and events by trans activists and their allies.
From female genital mutilation to domestic violence to femicide, women and girls around the world are living in fear.
Meghan Murphy speaks with Jaymie Heilman and Maria Walker about the impact of Trump’s refugee policies on Central American women.
Canada’s complicity with a US policy could well sentence thousands of Central American women to death.
Meghan Murphy interviews South Korean feminist activist and attorney, Nayoung Kim.