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Femsoc stall censored at Robbo

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The Newcastle University Feminist Society (FemSoc) was involved in controversy last Wednesday when some of the posters they were selling to raise funds for the West End Refugee...

Charmed Returns

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Lucy Lillystone dissects why the reboot is an insult to fans...

The end of the period debate?

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Feminists, health experts and educators alike have warmly greeted the Department for Education’s announcement that menstrual health will be taught in all schools starting from...

Fem Soc event discusses gender bias in scientific spaces

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On Wednesday 28 November, Newcastle University Feminist Society conducted a talk about intersectionality in scientific spaces. According to Feminist Society’s official Facebook...

Students commemorate International Men’s Day with discussion surrounding men’s mental health

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Content Warning: Mention of substance abuse, anorexia, suicide On Monday 19th November, the Feminist Society and Mind The Gap collaborated on a ‘Men’s Mental Health...

Review: Sara Pascoe’s ‘LadsLadsLads’ @ Tyne Theatre & Opera house

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Culture Editor Carys Rose Thomas reviews Sara Pascoe's latest show about the ups and downs of breaking up...

We took part in The Tate’s #5WomenArtists campaign

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5 Courier writers take part in The Tate's #5womenartists campaign and tell us about their favourite woman artists....

#PressforProgress: Happy International Women’s Day

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On International Women's Day, our writers discuss gender equality, intersectional feminism, and why we should celebrate all women...

Sweet Column: I Love Dick

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Caitlin Disken raves about the cult classic book 'I Love Dick'....

Censoring Art – Meaningful or meaningless?

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Ella Williams discusses the issues of representation, censorship, and female bodies in art after the outrage caused by Manchester Art Gallery’s decision to remove a Victorian...