Do the results of the Danish study simply tell us something that every woman who's ever been on hormonal contraception already knows to be true? Why can't we discuss this with our doctors? With a secret epidemic happening under our noses, why aren't our experiences being taken seriously?
Why we shouldn't gender kids' products, and the dangers of boys-only dinosaurs
A brief discussion on why "you're a fat, ugly slag" is the worst possible punishment, regardless of the crime, the context, or the recipient's actual physical attractiveness and number of sexual partners. Plus some scary statistics of just affecting it is when we women are so regularly taught to equate size with success
The Met Police's new "Report It To Stop It" campaign is a step in the right direction, even if my own experience of reporting a sex crime on public transport was bungled from start to finish and left me with no desire to ever make another report. Is this a sign that times are changing?
Kenya has introduced a programme of sex education aimed at both young boys and girls, teaching not only self-defence but why rape shouldn't be committed in the first place. When will the west catch up?
"We're getting married next month. No, it's a a pretty big ceremony. We've invited everyone. I mean, except you, obviously"
50 Shades of Grey may be credited with exploring women's sexuality but that doesn't mean it's been done in a safe, aware, or intelligent way
No More Page 3 gets a great deal of repetitive opposition on social media. Here are some responses to the most common mistakes and unaware comments.
Why is it that when women say "no", the answer many men hear is "I just need more persuasion"? If we say "yes" out of fear of saying "no", at what point can we draw the line?
Articles like this one by Kallie Provencher may just seem like desperate, poorly-written, harmless click-bait, but the ignorance of their shameless authors can be offensive and potentially very hurtful.