If the government bans the ‘rough sex’ defence, what would it mean?
The Home Office announced it will be looking at ‘rough sex’ laws as part of the new Domestic Abuse Bill, but what will it mean? Sophie Gallagher asks campaigners
It’s time for the women of the 1960s and 1970s to protest again
This generation of grandmothers came from the Sixties and Seventies, many marching against Vietnam, experimenting with sexual liberation, burning our bras and ‘making love not war’ writes Gillian Triggs. Now it’s time to protest again, demanding true gender equality
Tim Berners-Lee says the internet is not working for women and girls
'This should concern us all,' said the world wide web creator
The old me would have been off on a year-long bender
When Charlotte Cripps gets a windfall after her great aunt dies, she thanks her lucky stars the cash didn’t arrive when she was in the depths of her addiction – she might never have made it out
International Women’s Day: When and how did the annual event start?
The day has been celebrated for more than a century
Emeli Sande says women are bearing the brunt of climate change
‘It’s the women who are already victims of social injustice, that are being left completely vulnerable in this crisis’, singer says
Nine things I’ve learnt about myself in nine long months of pregnancy
Pregnancy doesn't necessarily develop your maternal instinct, but it will hone your ability to spot men on the tube pretending to be asleep, says Cathy Adams
TV shows and films to warn viewers if scenes show domestic abuse
The petition called on TV networks to do more to support victims of sexual violence