Positive stories about the mainstreaming of female comedians could become a smokescreen for an industry getting ever less diverse across a number of areas.
If Kim Kardashian is being peddled to us as both art and feminism, we – and she – are in really dire straits.
Leave debates about on-court banter aside and focus on the victim here.
While being supported by many sex industry groups, feminists have labelled Amnesty International's decriminalisation of prostitution a betrayal of women's rights.
Both sides of the debate claim to have the evidence, but only one is right.
Writing about the women’s and feminist movements is a definitional minefield. The two are often conflated, more so in Africa.
National Women’s Day in South Africa marks the historic protest in 1956 of women against apartheid policies. But, six decades on, black women have yet to fully embrace feminism as a discourse.
Charting the progress of a global movement against shaming women for the actions of men.
Some of the harassment women face while playing video games could be due to bully tactics employed by lower status men.
Cyberhate would deny women their full democratic rights as citizens, yet this is trivialised and dismissed – just as sexual violence, discrimination and workplace harassment have been for decades.
We know that male writers win more prestigious literary awards than female writers, but sadly, when women do win, it's typically because they write about male characters, or "masculine’ topics.
If you haven't watched it yet, it's time to sit up and take note.
Wednesday Martin's book Primates of Park Avenue has stirred debate over the so-called "wife bonus", but feminism needs to be about more than the ability to buy things.
While How to Be Both may be set in the Renaissance and the 1960s, its truths about inequality are just as relevant today.
Magazines like Zoo not only reproduce and legitimise sexist and predatory views of sexual violence and gender roles. They also make such attitudes seem normal and acceptable.
The gallery's latest blockbuster actively blinkers knowledge of the past.
Sarah Lucas's show is a (resolutely cheerful) cry of frustration at the overwhelmingly male exhibition history of the British Pavilion.
You might think you're unbiased - but the general election should make you think again.
Is it appropriate that a Playboy centrefold from 1972 is still being used as a standard test image in image processing circles?
It is time to breathe new life into South Africa's feminist movement to seriously combat the perpetuation of patriarchy.