Madeleine Williams explores the trending hashtag #notallmen. Did this hashtag derail a necessary conversation about women’s rights or is it (as WIkipedia notes), a social movement against generalisations?
At what point to victim narratives become counterproductive? Isabel Ralphs reports.
Ioana Grădinaru looks at the validity of claims that feminism is hurting men, and whether these arguments should instead be directed at the gender imbalance it seeks to redress.
Women are frequently subjected to unwanted sexual behaviours in public, to such an extent that it has become normalised in our society. With 56% of respondents in a recent study saying they have encountered unwelcome […]
Dear readers, First off, I just want to say congratulations to everyone who has gotten through this year’s November deadline season and good luck to anyone who still has deadlines to go. November marks many […]
Jess Farmer documents why you should join mantality and some of their great work at the University of Leeds
The University has released its Gender Pay Gap 2017 report, which sets out and explains the institution’s ‘gender pay gap’ data from the period 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017, and how they are […]
Is it fair men have to suit up while women have more flexibility? When it comes to fashion, boundaries are being broken everyday. Gender neutral clothing has started popping up throughout some of our favourite […]
A fortnight ago, working women across the UK awoke to the disheartening news that even holding the top jobs can place them in a significantly inferior position to their male counterparts. A recent report published […]
Why fear colour? Here’s our five best buys. Green Long line Bomber – TopMan- £50: This green long line bomber jacket is perfect for this winter weather. It incorporates the classic ‘in style’ bomber jacket with […]
Why more guys should experiment with colour. Style Editor Ashleigh Stern explains. ‘Pink to make the boys wink’, well quit winking and grab some for yourself! Just because the skies are grey (especially in Leeds) […]
Scientists from the University of Birmingham have formulated mathematical equations that will help determine the efficiency of human sperm based on visual factors. Leader of the project at Birmingham, Dr Dave Smith, said: “This has […]