The battle for women’s equality is not going to be easily won, sometimes it feels as if the inertia is outweighing the progress – but that’s what they want us to think, so we press on!Read More The Anniversary of #MeToo and the inevitable inertia it’s created.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, we have been so conditioned about ‘our place’ in society that even in the face of the worst male crimes against women, we still look to transfer the blame onto our own sex – or at the very least, we tend to accept when told, that a woman was the root cause of the issue. This conditioning is costing lives and it’s time to make a change.Read More Male entitlement and the legend of the prick-tease
So, this week, sportsmen have been in the news. You may have noticed; some appalling events have come to light which have shaken the sporting world to it’s very core and exposed the deep-seated arrogance and disregard many highly regarded sportsmen have for the rules of both their sport, and society. The good news is […]Read More Rape culture, prostitution, and the dehumanisation of women
What happens when the old champions of women’s rights start battling against women? Can using their historic influence be dangerous? Attending a debate on the #metoo movement this week has really opened my eyes…Read More The Danger of thinking that winning your battle won the war.
How does the portrayal of women generally impact on how we are viewed professionally? Here are my thoughts…Read More Why Representation Matters