By Chloe Harrison “THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF SEX IS ALSO THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF RELIGION, ECONOMICS, POLITICS, KINSHIP AND HUMAN RIGHTS” (Donnan and Magowan, 2010) Glad we’ve cleared that up. The next topic I […]Read more
Femicide: men kill women
By Yagmur Arica Özgecan Aslan, 20 years old, was a psychology student in Mersin, in the south of Turkey. She died as she was heading back home in a […]Read more
Time for Questions and Switching places: When men are made into the commodity and women become ‘the pimp’.
By Alice Rowlands Reverse role play anyone? … Starting with a bad joke is never the best, but I thought it would be appropriate considering the topic of the […]Read more
2014 – The Year of the Empower-Ad?
By Lydia H Delamere With the amount of media material that infiltrates our brains on a daily basis, no wonder our society constantly scrutinises each other with the help […]Read more
The Contextual Influences of Elizabeth Thomas
By Amber Howells Born in 1675, Elizabeth Thomas was the only child of Elizabeth Osborne and Emmanuel Thomas. Despite her gender, she was very well educated and by her mid-twenties, […]Read more
Break the Internet, or Break the Media?
by Emma Bessent If you have logged on to any kind of social media website at any point late last year, it’s extremely unlikely that you have neither heard of […]Read more
Deceit and Self-deception in Daniel Defoe’s Roxana: An Evolutionary Take On A Female Adventurer
by Anna Kirsch In the 1970’s Robert Trivers sought to Apply evolutionary logic to explain basic social relationships such as ‘parent/offspring, male/ female, relative/friend, in- group member/ out-group member ’ […]Read more
My Clothes aren’t my Consent
by Hannah Karpinski ‘Women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimised’- Constable Michael Sanguinetti The clothes of a woman do not make rape acceptable; a woman […]Read more
Revolutionising Women’s Fashion: Coco Chanel
by Libby Manning I see fashion as an art form. An art form that we not only wear, but that changes continuously with our society: reflecting the influences within the […]Read more
Why Men Should Support Feminism
In recent history the word ‘feminism’ has to many become an ugly word, stained with sentiments of hate and misandry. To some men they believe women hide behind the veil […]Read more