The ex-president gaslights and diminishes his victims, and was given a platform by CNN. We can ensure he isn’t elected again
What happens when you start trusting women? We have the receipts
The playwright V (formerly Eve Ensler) and a group of activists started a global movement for women’s rights in 1998. On V-Day’s 25th anniversary, they tell us what happened in their communities after they took action
The Guardian: The biblical Eve shows us what we need to do in this time of female bravery and vicious misogyny (January 2023)
The Guardian releases an excerpt from Reckoning.
After the supreme court declared war on us a week ago, at first I wanted to weep and howl. But then I wrote – and then I revolted.
The supreme court draft ruling on abortion shows how desperate some are to control our bodies. But we are never going back.
Living in a woman’s body: our fists raised in defiance, we are taking back what is ours – A new series in The Guardian (February 2022)
A special issue on Women’s Bodies and the Body of the Earth in solidarity with One Billion Rising 2022: Rise for the Bodies of All Women and the Earth.
*Artwork by Ngadi Smart
‘The beloved community bell helped to create’ remembers a teacher, friend, mentor and the impact her work will continue to have.
There have been multiple allegations of sexual assault by Chris Noth, aka Mr. Big of “Sex and the City” fame, including two by restaurant and bar workers. These incidents are just the latest in a long string of news reports of violence against women working in restaurants, especially during the pandemic. How many more such incidents do we need to read about before we act to end the toxic power dynamic that exists between women who rely on tips and the male customers who feel they own them because they tip them.
As Covid-19 has swept the world there has been an explosion of violence against women, and a full-blown assault on their rights. It’s time to fight back against a system that allows women to be sacrificed, erased and violated.
She was a rock’n’roll powerhouse who electrified audiences worldwide. As Tina Turner releases a guide to happiness, she talks to playwright V (formerly Eve Ensler) about how she found the strength to overcome illness, abuse and tragedy.