Masculinity is a hot topic at this year’s Fringe, so here’s our round-up of shows exploring it from all different angles.
Up the women! Specifically, the women bringing stand-up shows to the Fringe (and even more specifically the ones tackling gender stereotypes in the process). Here are a few to get you started…
Fancy a fix of feminist-friendly theatre and comedy at the Edinburgh Fringe, but on a tight budget? No problem!
Want to catch some inspiring tales from herstory at the Edinburgh Fringe, but don’t fancy wading through thousands of show listings to find the hidden gems? Help is at hand!
I’m curious about what goes on behind the doors that are closed to me because I’m a woman, but I understand the importance of single-sex spaces.
The time spent by universities on recruiting chaplains with palatable views would be better spent promoting equality of opportunity and a positive educational experience for each and every student.
By the time Love Island fever had gripped the nation last year, it was too late for me to join in. I had so many questions – and now that I’ve watched it, I’ve finally got answers.
There is a world of difference between a man or woman self-describing as a boy or a girl, or using the term to refer to their peers, and the word being assigned to them.
Does debunking constitute “feeding”, even though it exposes claims as false? It certainly demonstrates that someone was annoyed enough to devote time and energy to setting the record straight.