In 1979, in an episode of the then popular talk show The Dick Cavett Show, author Mary McCarthy observed of the playwright Lillian Hellman, “I said once in an interview that every word she writes is a
To understand today’s anxieties about women’s progress in the workplace and the dismantling of traditional gender roles, we’d be smart to rewind the clocks to August 1920, the climax of American women’s
We like to think of ourselves as unbiased and objective in our employment decisions, but with two equal candidates, who are you going to promote? Someone who is described in their performance evaluations
Like many young women, I grew up aspiring to fit into a patriarchal world. While the boys in my elementary school were encouraged to focus on their professional achievement and financial success, I was
“Are you safe?” The nurse asked me. “Are you afraid of anyone right now?” I was in the doctor’s office. My fiancé had insisted on driving me there. He was my Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, my secret abuser.
Ines Rau featured in the first issue of Playboy since its founder Hugh Hefner died. The 26-year-old transgender model took the magazine's coveted centrefold spot. She speaks to Chloe Tilley on BBC OS the