Notwithstanding the proliferation of exhibitions devoted to women, the question that feminists asked in the 1980s is more relevant than ever.
Women are disproportionately affected by pain in terms of how common it is and sensitivity, but also in how their pain is viewed, treated, and even researched.
From ‘starvemaxxing’ and ‘edgemaxxing’ to ‘whitemaxxing’ – young men and boys are being bombarded with a plethora of problematic content online.
Understanding how deepfakes can be used as a tool for misogyny is an important first step in considering the harms they will likely cause, including through school cyberbullying.
As Hollywood continues to reckon with its past, Vivien Leigh’s story is a reminder of the challenges faced by women, even the most successful ones.
While blatant discrimination is easy to condemn because of how obvious it is, there are subtler, more insidious forms that also need to be rooted out.
Young parents and others who don’t fit the ‘ideal’ of parenthood are especially vulnerable.
Institutional misogyny affects women and girls every day, not just in cases of horrific violence.
Examining the understandings of what ‘toxic femininity’ means to people can reveal insights about gender, power and the impact of language on health.
Foot stomping songs and charismatic performances make the stage adaptation of the 1970s TV series a hit.
Do your best to keep blame out of the conversation.
We need to care for those most affected, and consider both how we create safe work and learning environments, and how we de-escalate movements of misogyny, homophobia and transphobia.
Glasgow welcomes the world’s most famous graffiti artist, drawn to the city by the much-loved ‘Coneheid’ Duke of Wellington statue outside his exhibition.
Efforts to disrupt online misogyny need to focus on stopping online forums from becoming misogynistic echo-chambers.
The South Korean government’s embrace of gendered citizenship has fueled the virulent gender war between men and women, with digital sex crimes used as ammunition.
In focussing on individual “deviancy”, we fail to make the connection between misogyny and wider social problems, like pornography.
The rarely explained term is nebulous at best, and can mean many things – negative and positive – to different groups of people.
Addressing online misogyny is a community-wide responsibility.
There seems to be a vacuum for these influencers to fill.
Finance is not inherently masculine. Rather, it was long constructed as such by the institutions which sought to exclude women.