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Tess Holliday Becomes First Size 22 Model To Sign To a Major Agency – But Should There Be A Limit On ‘Plus Size’ Bodies?
Feminism

Tess Holliday Becomes First Size 22 Model To Sign To a Major Agency – But Should There Be A Limit On ‘Plus Size’ Bodies?

This week, plus size model Tess Holliday (or Tess Munster, as she now goes by) has become the first woman of her size to ever be signed to a major agency. At an unusually diminutive height (for the modelling world) of 5-foot-5, with a dress size of 22, it is fair to say that Holliday … Continue reading

Why Is Canada Trying To Protect Its Sex Workers By Hiding Them In Dark Corners?
Feminism / Politics / Sex

Why Is Canada Trying To Protect Its Sex Workers By Hiding Them In Dark Corners?

This week, the Canadian government proposed a raft of changes to the way that its legal system treats the sale of sex. A bill entitled C-36 has now been passed which is designed to shift criminality away from sex workers. The C-36 bill outlines various new restrictions as to where sex workers  in Canada are allowed … Continue reading

Don’t Knock Masturbation – It’s Sex With Someone I Love
Feminism / Health / Sex / Sexuality

Don’t Knock Masturbation – It’s Sex With Someone I Love

In incense scented rooms all across New York, eager women are getting it on – with themselves. They’re spreading legs and thighs, hearts and minds in a bid to rid themselves of one of the most harmful taboos still surrounding female sexuality. The belief that women don’t, or shouldn’t, masturbate is very old indeed. In … Continue reading

Get Yer Tits Out, Get Yer Tits Out, Get Yer Tits Out Fer The…Classics?
Feminism / Literature / Politics

Get Yer Tits Out, Get Yer Tits Out, Get Yer Tits Out Fer The…Classics?

This afternoon, I spent a wildly entertaining hour discovering yet another reason why I wish I lived in New York. You probably haven’t heard of the Outdoor Co-Ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society (not the catchiest moniker in the world, I’ll admit) but its members are currently busy reclaiming public parks and gardens for literature … Continue reading