If natural is best then why not ditch the Pill, with its synthetic hormones, in favour of a modern, trendy app subscription?
The media barons who control the UK have seen to that. They have conspired to bring you down, and their primary tactic has been fiendishly simple: printing and broadcasting the exact words that come out of your mouth.
Natalie Palmides: Nate This isn’t just the best thing I saw at this year’s Fringe – it’s one of the best things I’ve even seen anywhere. Natalie Palamides won Best Newcomer at last year’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards and if she isn’t nominated for the main prize this year I’ll be furious. The less you knowContinue reading “A Feminist’s Guide to the Festivals: Best of the Fringe”
We would not stand for right-to-die campaigners issuing calls for legislative change from outside geriatric wards or funeral homes. So why on earth should we tolerate this?
The government can’t simply open the public purse every time a charity gets a knock-back from the third sector, so what criteria will be used when it comes to providing or withholding lifelines?
“Revolting women”, game-changers and activists from around the world are coming to the capital for this year’s festival. Here are some programme highlights for the feminist festival-goer.
In our final “pick of the Fringe” blog, here are the rest of the shows that caught our eye but didn’t fit them theme of any of the other hit lists.
From femininity to fertility, menstruation to infantilisation, no topic is off-limits in this eclectic selection of shows about bodies.
From established hits to brand-new shows, there’s sure to be something here to get your toes tapping.