This article was originally published on The Indiependent When Charles Darwin sat down to write On the Origin of Species I’m going to hedge my bets and say that he didn’t anticipate the figure described in ‘Modern Man’, the first track from Death By Unga Bunga’s raucous new album, Heavy Male Insecurity, out today (12 February) via Jansen Records. … Continue reading Album Review: Heavy Male Insecurity // Death By Unga Bunga
This article was originally published on The Indiependent A new report from UN Women shows that COVID-19 has widened the gap between male and female unpaid domestic labour. As positive news about the Pfizer vaccine circulates and the UK looks set to move out of COVID-19’s dark shadow at long last, we cannot let the Coronavirus … Continue reading Women Are Shouldering Unpaid Domestic Work: We Can’t Let Covid-19 Erode Feminist Progress
This review was originally published on The Indiependent Trigger warning: rape, assault Let’s play a word association game, shall we. If I say ‘model’, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? Perhaps you think of a tall, leggy Victoria’s secret model. Maybe you think of transgender model Munroe Bergdorf and her racism row with L’Oreal. … Continue reading Book Review: Boy Parts // Eliza Clark
By now you’ve probably all seen Gillette’s latest advert. But in case you haven’t yet (seriously, where have you been for the last two weeks?), watch it below now. The video interrogates what it means to be manly. It condemns bullying, sexual harassment, mansplaining and male violence. It acknowledges that some men are already behaving the right … Continue reading Gillette: The Best An Ad Can Get?
Children growing up today live in a society that is becoming progressively more equal. Whilst women still have great lengths to go in order to achieve the complete equality of the sexes for which feminism strives, great advances have been made since women first achieved the vote in 1928. In 2014, Emma Watson, the UN’s ambassador for … Continue reading Smash Those Stereotypes