The internet reeks of anonymous hatred, Alex Lumsden dares to suggest that this creates more heat than light.
Michael Higgs examines the record of the Commonwealth on LGBT rights
In this article as part of International Women’s Week, Eleanor Pierpoint argues that the feminist movement must avoid division and unite in its fight against oppression.
In this article, as part of International Women’s Week, Tom Maguire-Wright explores the extent to which men benefit from sexist structures and norms within society.
In this article Heather Lawless explores how far women’s equality has come in Cuba.
Maisy Griffiths analyses the politics of menstruation and asks why women are forced to spend up to £90 a year on sanitary products.
Editor for Analysis Joe Austin examines Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation and its consequences for the Catholic Church.
Although there has been progress, homosexuality is still too often viewed as a novelty argues Gareth Cassin.| This article is part of Canvas’ LGBT History Month mini-issue.
Article by Amy Masson.
This article by Frances Parsons outlines the ‘Over-Masculinisation of the Working Classes’ thesis and analyses it’s particularly devastating effect on women’s representation in UK Politics.