Articles by Jessica Abrahams
Jessica Abrahams / January 18, 2019
Women, especially pregnant women, are frequently excluded from immunisation programmes. The reasoning is often flawed—and the consequences can be fatal
Air pollution is even worse in India than in China
Jessica Abrahams / November 15, 2018
In a world full of restrictions, fans come to Alternative Miss World, hosted at Shakespeare's Globe, as a night of freedom, equality and frivolity
The latest book from the great feminist thinker is a total muddle
Jessica Abrahams / September 12, 2017
Sex work is one of the biggest debates in feminism—to which Bindel's The Pimping of Prostitution: Abolishing the Sex Work Myth will be another strident contribution
Jessica Abrahams / August 14, 2017
New breadth has made it harder to define a coherent feminism for the 21st century—but it has also made space for a greater diversity of voices and perspectives
"There are various ideas the UK might borrow from its neighbours in Europe"
This week, women around the world will protest the devaluation of their labour
In DC, demonstrations have been constant—but are they resistance for resistance’s sake?
Jessica Abrahams / February 14, 2017
An examination of the evidence that women tend to work below their level of competence