Sona Mahendra looks for an organisation that asks men to challenge masculinity, and is pleased to find one in AmaDODA
SANAC’s Women’s Sector commemorate the Transgender Day of Rememberance
Jen Thorpe takes on FeministsSA’s second political party analysis and looks at Agang SA – one of the two new kids on the block in South Africa.
Athambile Masola explores the various forms of resistance that black women can perform or embody, starting with the African-American women and leading to her own high school.
As part of the TEDWomen conference, local TEDx events around the world will be surfacing and celebrating innovative people in their own communities. An event will be happening in Cape Town on the 5th December. Check here for details!
Claire Martens examines why it is that a woman can’t say she ‘feels fat’ and just let that be it.
Watch the video to see why you should participate in the online #endpatriarchy conference
Thorne Godinho tackles the usefulness (or not) of moral outrage.
After almost a year of no movement, the TCB has suddenly reappeared on the agenda of the National Council of Provinces’ select committee for security and constitutional development. The Bill is to be discussed clause by clause on Tuesday 15 October after the process stalled in November 2012.
Dudumalingani Mqombothi examines the daily patterns of the harassment of women on South African trains and wonders how a person should feel about it.