We can't escape the unnecessary gendering of products—but we can subvert it
Jessica Abrahams / January 7, 2016
We've taken to the streets in our millions to protest sexual violence–what more do you want?
Jessica Abrahams / December 19, 2015
A politician with naked ambition could hold the balance of power
Jessica Abrahams / November 17, 2015
It's not just which stories the media covers-the way it covers them matters just as much
Jessica Abrahams / September 9, 2015
One of Egypt's leading human rights lawyers explains why her country's attitude to women is worsening
Jessica Abrahams / April 8, 2015
If we barred sexism in advertising, we wouldn't have many adverts left
Jessica Abrahams / January 30, 2015
Raif Badawi in 2012 © Ensaf Haidar Human rights abuses may not be uncommon in Saudi Arabia, but the cruelty of Raif Badawi's case has been front-page news in the west and sparked protests from...
Jessica Abrahams / January 27, 2015
Newcastle Crown Court, where a panel of experts will observe rape trials for the next six months © Mick Gallagher/Flickr Rape trials are, notoriously, one of the areas in which the justice system...
Jessica Abrahams / January 26, 2015
© David Jones/PA Wire/Press Association Images Defenders of Page 3—and there are many, many women among their ranks—tend to argue that true feminism supports the right of women to do whatever...