• Why Am I Still Protesting For The Rights My Mother Fought For Forty-Four Years Ago?

    On Saturday, I took to the streets of Nottingham with hundreds of other women and girls in order to ‘Reclaim The Night’. Together we pounded the pavement. Together we shouted, chanted, whistled, screamed, and laughed. There were glow sticks and drums, fairy lights and blowhorns. In other words: we...
  • Politicisation Of The Poppy: ‘Can Any Of Us Relate To This Anymore?’

    With the debate surrounding the politics and expectations of wearing a poppy reigniting each year around Remembrance Sunday, Orla Newstead questions whether the poppy is still an effective act of remembrance, or if it is now synonymous with those who utilise it for political cause....
  • Scuf Gaming: Sexual Harassment Claims

    Cora-Laine Moynihan Over the past few weeks, in light of the California State DFEH v. Activision Blizzard sexual harassment lawsuit, employees working in the gaming industry have come forward detailing similar experiences of harassment and hostile work environments. Cora explores why Scuf Gaming is the latest company to face these allegations. To play...
  • Activision Blizzard Exposed For ‘Frat Boy’ Culture

    Cora-Laine Moynihan Activision Blizzard faces a lawsuit after a two-year investigation deems their workplace a hostile environment for female employees and discovers numerous counts of discrimination and sexual harassment.  Skylanders. Crash Bandicoot. Guitar Hero. Call of Duty. World of Warcraft. It would not surprise me if you have heard...
  • Women and Misogyny-Affected Individuals Do Not Owe You Their Personal Stories

    This past month has been a difficult one for most women and misogyny-affected individuals (MA individuals). On Wednesday 10th March, Sarah Everard’s death was confirmed after her disappearance from Clapham Common on Wednesday 3rd March....
  • Tributes Paid To Sarah Everard At Portland Steps

    Freya Peake ‘We deserve to feel safe’, ‘shame on you’, ‘end violence against women’ and dozens more plaques have been placed at the Sarah Everard memorial at the top of Portland Steps in the weeks following the murder of Sarah Everard. Organised by UoN’s Feminist Society, the memorial has...
  • Ubisoft VS Gaming’s #MeToo Moment

    Myron reveals Ubisoft’s sickening abuse culture and their abysmal response. In the past few weeks a wave of misconduct allegations have rocked all corners of the videogame industry, from streaming to development to communities around individual games. Even Super Smash Bros!, most high-profile of all, are included in the...