Women’s activism in Cambridge is often too insular and not global enough
CN: rape, sexual assault
Controversial feminist Germaine Greer wants to hold the most powerful post in the University and become Cambridge’s 346th Vice-Chancellor.
We can do without the faux-feministing
This week, RACHEL TOOKEY contemplates pubes and feminism, and has even created a delightful quiz for you all.
FAITH BARKER explains why she feels uncomfortable with some of the attitudes expressed within the CUSU Women’s Campaign.
RUPERT MERCER argues that Mary Beard’s response was off the mark.
John’s have been accused of “equating female experience with Dairy Milk” after giving female students chocolate to mark International Women’s Day.
HELEN BRANNIGAN delves into the world of adult film with award-winning pornographer ANNA SPAN. “Ask yourself, why is it wrong to look at people having sex?”
LVJ dusts the cobwebs off feminism and shows why the movement is as important as ever.
HOLLY STEVENSON investigates whether Carla Bruni going braless was an example of brazen glory or, put simply, a boob.
The Cambridge Feminist Society has been plagued by infighting following a mixed response to a poster warning women to avoid illegal cabs.
SOPHIE THORPE addresses her anonymous commenters in her last ever column.