Students previously had to be legally recognised as women under the Gender Recognition Act
This show asks questions that need asking, says Dan Edwards.
Exam term hots up as Cambridge University staff strike over pay disputes.
Fabricated diversity isn’t diversity.
Jamie P. Robson chats to the brains behind the upcoming production of The History Boys about cross-casting, foreskins, and breaking the glass fourth wall
‘Empowerment not objectification’ relies on you having the ‘power’ to chose, but where does this ‘power’ actually lie?
The Union should worry less about ticking boxes with race and gender diversity, argues ADAM CRAFTON. It is only the quality of speakers that counts.
This week, RACHEL TOOKEY contemplates pubes and feminism, and has even created a delightful quiz for you all.
TIM SQUIRRELL is sick of slagging women off, and argues all genders should wear their promiscuity with pride.
FAITH BARKER explains why she feels uncomfortable with some of the attitudes expressed within the CUSU Women’s Campaign.
New findings expose worrying statistics about the university’s gender pay gap.
After not being ‘driven to the edge of orgasm by the mere sight of a pink bottle’ CECI MOURKOGIANNIS thinks there’s something wrong with the way ad-campaigns target women.
Was Rear Of The Year sexist? RUTH GRAHAM and JOE BATES discuss.
RUPERT MERCER argues that Mary Beard’s response was off the mark.
LEO PARKER-REES says violence is bad, whether or not you have a vagina.
Unbelievable scenes at Newcastle Uni as footballs teams have had to change their names after allegations of sexism.
Here come the girls. MICHAEL ALHADEFF reports on dramatic changes to The Boat Race.
This week sees Rosa Robson go on a guilt-free comments splurge, resulting in a no-holds-barred compilation of bitching; bant; and barf-inducing, self indulgent humour.