hile single parenthood can be stigmatised, the true horror of deprivation can be downplayed. Victim-blaming policies allow responsibility to be shifted onto those who suffer most
Taiwan’s supreme court has just ruled that two sons are contractually obliged to pay their mother a percentage of their earnings.
May has spoken about the sheer wrongness of ‘paying women less for doing the same job as men’. And yet, when replacing a female member of staff with a male one in her own office, she suddenly finds these rules don’t apply
The Daily Mail reports that paying female presenters more means cutting budgets elsewhere.
It's an unhappy coincidence that the announcement of a third royal baby comes in the same year the Government deems third babies a luxury not every family has earned
It should be incumbent on younger feminists to stand shoulder to shoulder with those being asked to pay the price for a lifetime of exploitation. The alternative is reaching an age when we, too, shall be written off as having been complicit in our own oppression.
Theresa May has confirmed it: there's no "magic money tree". But what do we have instead?
As the backlash against feminism grows, let’s highlight the unrecognised female labour upon which capitalist patriarchy depends.