139 women were killed this year, most by people they knew, and almost half died at the hands of a current or former partner. Many of us will be left wondering what it's like to be able to talk back to our relatives.
Given the amount of time judges spend deliberating how hard it is for men to know what we mean by the word 'no', how is it that women become master manipulators in cases such as this?
As a mother of three sons, I’m tired of seeing male unhappiness cultivated and weaponised. A feminist approach to raising boys must go beyond allowing our sons to wear dresses and play with dolls.
When ‘being bad’ is what makes you a real man for the purposes of a photoshoot, why should we be surprised when the same applies in real life?
We don’t need the “personal choice” to sit in a non-segregated carriage to become the new short skirt.
No politician is demanding an inquiry into how British men have become so radicalised that they are slaughtering their female partners at a rate of two per week.
The case of Fakhara Khan should make us ask: can a woman be too privileged to need feminism?
As the backlash against feminism grows, let’s highlight the unrecognised female labour upon which capitalist patriarchy depends.