Rachel Paul’s change.org petition has gained traction across social media, as she urges Public Health Wales to renege on their change to Cervical Cancer Screening.
This week is World Breastfeeding Week – a celebration of breastfeeding and a chance to discuss what’s important to breastfeeding parents – as well as understanding what barriers face us … Continue reading World Breastfeeding Week: how best to “protect breastfeeding”?
Labour MP Stella Creasy wants the same maternity rights afforded to the rest of the UK child-bearing population in employment – including ministers. The rulings for MPs show the machinations … Continue reading Stella Creasy’s lawsuit on maternity rights shows up archaic MP role
Hussain Manawer introduces Goody’s poem “Arrival”, raising awareness of sex/gender biases traditions Renowned poet Hussain Manawer has shared his social media platforms to showcase the poetry of another budding poet, Goody. Inspired by Hussain’s poetry as well as … Continue reading Mummy’s Boy HUSSAIN MANAWER shares his social media platform in tribute to WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH
Starz, in Partnership with UCLA’S Center for Scholars & Storytellers, Releases Results from Inclusion Study & Announces Monthly “Transparency Talks” Culminating in An Industry-Wide Summit Report shows Starz’s Industry-Leading Representation … Continue reading Starz Launches Multi-Faceted Inclusion Initiative #TakeTheLead Expanding Its Commitment To Programming By, About And For Women And Underrepresented Audiences
Director Melina León is the Third Peruvian Female Director to Compete at the Oscars® and the First to Compete at the Cannes Film Festival “Song Without a Name” (“Canción sin … Continue reading Critically Acclaimed Award-Winning Drama “Song Without a Name” Named as the Oscar® Entry for Peru
“Wow, you’re brave”, she winced at me. Nine pounds? Really? Just gas and air? I didn’t tell her that the majority of my 11 hour labour didn’t even feature entonox … Continue reading In defence of home birth: hippy, dangerous lifestyle choice, or the safest place from a killer virus?
By Nibedita Saha “If I learn this skill-based work then I’ll leave that work. I will totally leave the work,” said one of the sex workers who is in her … Continue reading INDIA: Struggling in lockdown; HeARTshala elicits hope among the sex workers of G. B. Road
Women are used to being called hysterical. The very word itself comes from the Greek word, hysterika, meaning uterus. If you’re hysterical, your behaviour is marked by “uncontrollable, extreme emotion”.
Narrated by Sharmila Tagore, Tilda Swinton, Jane Fonda, Adjoa Andoh, Kerry Fox, Thandie Newton and Debra Winger 4-disc Blu-ray release on 18 May 2020 and streaming on BFI Player (Subscription … Continue reading WOMEN MAKE FILM: A new road movie through cinema, written & directed by Mark Cousins
● THE WOW FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES ONLINE WOW – WOMEN OF THE WORLD FESTIVAL IN PARTNERSHIP WITH BBC ARTS’ CULTURE IN QUARANTINE, ON 16 & 17 MAY ● BBC ARTS’ CULTURE IN QUARANTINE IS BRINGING THE VERY BEST ARTS … Continue reading The WOW FOUNDATION announces ONLINE WOW – WOMEN OF THE WORLD FESTIVAL in partnership with BBC ARTS’ CULTURE in QUARANTINE, on 16 & 17 MAY
Emma has been an unexpected star within the box office this weekend – many a time, Jane Austen’s novels have been adapted into films and TV series. However, Autumn de Wilde’s … Continue reading ‘Emma’ Charms Audiences at Box Office