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Rage, fury and noise – the new wave of feminist theatre is more vital than ever

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If you’re a survivor of male violence, reading Lucy Kirkwood’s “howl of a play” Maryland is a visceral experience. To hear it out loud, I imagine even more so – the Observer’s theatre critic Susannah Clapp described t...

China’s accidental feminist icon: The grandma who left an abusive husband for the open road – video

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56-year-old Su Min decided to leave her abusive relationship and embark on an open-ended solo road trip. In China, where women are frequently expected to serve the role of a dutiful housewife and support their husband...

Stella Dadzie, pionera feminista: "El movimiento de mujeres negras británicas trataba sobre cuestiones de vida o muerte"

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Una noche en 1998 Stella Dadzie fue a dos celebraciones. El escritor, 69, más conocido por ser coautor de 1985 clásico feminista, El corazón de la carrera, Primero nos detuvimos en el hotel Dorchester para el 70.º bir de Maya Angelou ...

Amlo ridiculed for saying Mexico’s feminist movement began two years ago

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Mexico’s president Andrés Manuel López Obrador has picked yet another fight with the country’s burgeoning feminist movement, saying it only started “two years ago” and bizarrely claiming it had been formed to oppose h...

China’s feminist Nomadland: The grandma who left an abusive husband for the open road – video

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56-year-old Su Min decided to leave her abusive relationship and embark on an open-ended solo road trip. In China, where women are frequently expected to serve the role of a dutiful housewife and support their husband...

Cyborgs, not goddesses: how breastplates became fashion’s feminist accessory

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The musician Lorde appeared on the cover of US Vogue this week wearing a Schiaparelli breastplate. Metallic flowers became a makeshift brassiere, while stems acted as a waistband. With the New Zealander having release...

China’s accidental feminist icon: ‘I left my abusive husband for a life on the road’ - video

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56-year-old Su Min decided to leave her abusive relationship and embark on an open-ended solo road trip. In China, where women are frequently expected to serve the role of a dutiful housewife and support their husband...

‘I’m that little lady who made all this big stuff!": Judy Chicago’s 60 years of monumental feminist art

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Criticized at the time for an over-emphasis on white women and its stylized representations of vaginas, Judy Chicago’s room-sized installation The Dinner Party has only recently come to be seen as a canonical example ...

La oficina del alcalde de Londres niega las afirmaciones de las activistas feministas sobre el despido

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El alcalde de la oficina de Londres ha negado las afirmaciones de que un destacado activista sobre la violencia contra las mujeres fue despedido después de expresar su preocupación por las mujeres transgénero que utilizan refugios de abuso doméstico.. Joan Smith, quien tiene campaña ...

Can I be submissive in the bedroom and still be a feminist?

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I have been with my partner for almost six years and, for the most part, have enjoyed our sex. I prefer to ‘sit back and relax’ and my partner is OK with that. If I get on top or have too much control, I am unable to ...

Green party to offer ‘young, intersectional feminist leadership’

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A chance to offer British voters young, intersectional feminist political leadership will be one of the key planks of the plan to run the Green party announced by Tamsin Omond and Amelia Womack. Tamsin Omond, who iden...

‘Flying feminist’ Lilian Bland celebrated in new exhibition

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In an era that stifled women, Lilian Bland blazed with a life force that defied all convention, including gravity. She worked as a press photographer, smoked, wore trousers and dungarees, rode a bicycle, taught jiu-ji...

Gin Craze! review – a bawdy feminist history lesson with anarchic spirit

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Gin Craze! enacts a lesser-remembered piece of 18th-century social history in which the culture wars between the governing elite and the working classes were fought out through the consumption of gin. Long before Gord...

Kandisha review – feminist horror gets postcolonial on men’s asses

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Western nations have been slow to use cinema to confront the modern-day legacy of colonialism – but perhaps France’s especially acrimonious decolonisation means the ripples are felt more violently in that country’s fi...

Meghan, good luck with your feminist show but can I offer some tips?

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Still smarting from its reckoning in 2018, Hollywood’s new politics is starting to seep out in its products. We have had a slew of feminist films and TV series and, en particular, feminism set in the past: The Favouri...

Las cosas están en contra nuestra por Lucy Ellmann review - pirotecnia feminista

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En 1938, tres años antes de su suicidio en 59, Virginia Woolf publicó Tres Guineas, un ensayo extenso sobre el patriarcado y su trayectoria aparentemente inevitable, guerra - una acusación contundente del fascismo que entonces era ...

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