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The Political Erasure of Sex

We are delighted to be supporting this important new work by Jane Clare Jones. We reproduce here the blurb from the Political Erasure of Sex website: “The Political Erasure of… Read More →

Standing on the shoulders of giantesses: working-class women suffragettes: Louise Raw

Louise Raw is a writer and historian with a particular interest in the less-told stories of British history: of women, the working class and BME people.   The Suffrage movement… Read More →

There’s more than one way to ‘erase’ women – Women’s rights under attack in Victor Orban’s Hungary: Jayne Egerton

Jayne Egerton is a socialist feminist & radio producer. On 28th May Hungary’s Parliament signed a bill into law which ends legal recognition for transgender people. The votes of rightwing… Read More →

50 Years of Women’s Liberation in the UK: Pragna Patel

Pragna Patel is a founding member of Southall Black Sisters’ advocacy and campaigning centre and Women Against Fundamentalism (now non-operational). She worked as a coordinator and senior case worker for… Read More →

Until all our sisters are free: Paula Boulton

Paula Boulton is a musician, playwright and granddaughter of one of the first women Labour councillors. This post was first published on Facebook. We are republishing it here with the… Read More →