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This zine contains illustrations (some colour). Pink cover. Stapled.
Includes articles: Feisty feminism and it's 'equalist' nemesis -- Feminism through time: a whistle-stop tour of some great moments for feminism -- Male feminazis -- The third gender -- Women's liberation in Oxford: the forgotten history -- Porn on the brain -- Naked protest -- Thinking kinky -- In defence of kink -- Where are all the male seahorses? the male contraceptive pill and why it will never brighten our doorsteps -- The rape paradigm -- Transphobia in the UK -- Why sexual assault is a feminist issue -- Domestic violence: government initiatives -- The feminaissance: vulgar or vulva? -- Why do we hate TV women? -- Women subjects in photography: objects or agents? -- Amy Winehouse: what her lyrics mean for modern feminism -- Sheila Hetti and the feminine aesthetic -- Why language analysis may be the key to combatting lad culture -- Oxfordshire council cuts: condemning women to remain isolated and housebound looking after children -- Festive misogyny -- The cost of having a period.
Feminist zine created by Oxford university students, offering a voice to people who care about gender equality and feminism.