Category: Feminism

Uncharted is an action-adventure shooter platform game series that follows swashbuckling treasure hunter Nathan Drake as he adventures across the globe, exploring historical legends and battling villainous antagonists. Considered to be one of the greatest video game series of all time, with Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End...

Although it came out nearly 5 months ago, I’m still hearing conversations about The Red Pill, the controversial documentary which dives into the deep and dangerous world of the Men’s Rights Movement. Last weekend I decided it was high time I went down the rabbit hole myself. The film documents liberal feminist filmmaker...

There are backroom deals between the Tories and the DUP, who staunchly oppose a woman’s right to choose. The Handmaid’s Tale has been the biggest television hit this summer, depicting a world where women are stripped of all personal freedoms. Our reality and our fiction leave lingering fear over autonomy. Yet one...

It’s been just over a year since Labour MP for Batley and Spen Jo Cox was murdered as she arrived for a routine meeting with her constituents. Still reeling from total and utter grief, her husband Brendan has penned her biography – not simply to map out her life but to celebrate the vibrance but also gentleness with...

Disclaimer: No, I’m not a stripper. At pole fitness, we don’t take any clothes off, and nobody’s paying me to do it. Sorry to disappoint.  I’ve been going to pole fitness for just over a year, and I cannot recommend it enough to people with mixed feelings about their body. Thanks to the ever-expanding world of the...

When an interview opens with a cup of tea, and closes with a friendly hand job demonstration, you know you’re writing an article for Verbal Remedy. I absolutely love writing about genitals on the internet. Very few things make me happier, other than when my fuchsia decides it can be bothered to grow, or when I find a...

If a semi-prominent feminist has written a book, you can bet a month’s wages that I’ve read it. Caitlin Moran, Sara Pascoe, Bridget Christie and many others have become brilliant bedfellows, and so when I spotted Jess Phillips’ Everywoman in my local bookshop this weekend I was simultaneously excited and afraid. It was...

In the media, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is a name that is often accompanied by “feminism” and “equality”, so it has been shocking to see the controversy she sparked following an interview with Channel 4 News which aired on Friday 10 March 2017. When asked if, in relation to transgender women, ‘are you any less of a...

***This page is being updated as more events come in. To tell us yours, comment below or email info@verbalremedy.co.uk*** Conferences and Panel Discussions All-day women’s conference at Teesside University Venue: Teesside University When: Wednesday 8th March, 9am More info Inspiring Women Conference 2017 Venue:...

image copyright © Getty Images The Edinburgh women’s march on January 21st was everything I expected it to be: lively, uplifting, and unapologetically middle class. As we assembled in the freezing Scottish sunshine, I noticed the colourful, creative banners with feminist messages emblazoned across them. I enjoyed the...