Free the Nipple is an independent film directed by actress turned activist Lina Esco. Set in New York City, it stars Esco and New York native Lola Kirke as the instigators of nation-wide publicity stunts involving topless women and aimed at highlighting the double standards concerning male versus female nudity as well as integrating the sight of the female breast into the mainstream.
I got thrown into a world of science surrounded by ex- health care professionals who find bio-chem master’s textbooks light reading. I’m from a world of literature and art, business and languages, theatre, and having to conqueror my insecurities of being average at science amongst such intimidating people was a huge mountain to climb.
Unique, pioneering and uncompromising, black British female artist Luciana Himid is ripping up sexism and racism in our press and our history.
Viv Albertine, the progressive, punk icon: “There was no one I could identify with. No girls played electric guitar. Especially not ordinary girls like me.”
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In our latest book review, we’re casting a critical eye over Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s latest offering in light of her recent controversial comments.
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The fact that I have read ‘Lean In’ by Sheryl Sandberg twice already is a testament to what a great read it is, and I will admit that there is a high likelihood that I will read it a third time in the next few years.
Major awards contender ‘Hidden Figures’ is finally ready for its UK release, but how does it stack up as an intersectional, feminist movie?