Tag: Women

CultureDocumentaries

The Effect of Women Response: Our Bodies, Our Sex—Agnès Varda’s ...

The United Nations General Assembly declared 1975 as International Women’s Year. That was considered a milestone back then, ...
The Literary Club

Women Who Run with the Wolves: Towards an Instinctive Reunion.

Far from the accounts, they used to tell girls in the 90s, perhaps wisdom was to be found ...
CultureMusic

Loud and frankly unpleasant: Why listen to ‘abrasive’ music

On a holiday a few years ago, a friend and I played The Velvet Underground’s ‘Heroin’ for two ...
CultureMovies / TV / Series

Heroines of Modern Horror

Horror as a movie genre has been in existence since the late 1800s. It has been a vehicle ...
ActivismSociety

Seitō Magazine: the amplification of Japanese feminism

The fight for equal rights and conditions for women has existed since time immemorial. No matter what part, ...
ActivismSociety

What is ecofeminism and why is it relevant today?

Ecofeminism is a social movement and philosophy that looks at the connections between nature and women. As a ...
ArtsCulture

Lubaina Himid – Politics and Poetics of Everyday Life

Recently, I went on a trip to London – to the city that always feels like home to ...
PeopleSociety

Ruby Bridges: The Girl Who Helped Change the Racial Paradigm ...

At only 6 years old, Ruby Bridges was the first person of Afro-American descent who went to a ...
FeminismsSexuality and Gender

Why Revisiting Myths and Legends with a Feminist Perspective is ...

As a boy, I remember being amazed by tales of Robin Hood but there weren’t nearly as many ...
The Literary Club

Lucia Berlin: the charm of the ordinary

Lucia Berlin was an American writer born in Juneau, the capital city of the state of Alaska, on ...