Stefan Frederick debates the inclusion of men in the women’s movement and argues that there must be a place for men.
My Body, My Choice, an exhibition highlighting women’s autonomy and their right to choose is leaving the small university town confines of Rhodes and Grahamstown and bringing its message to Cape Town.
Jen Thorpe asks how far we are away from a female president.
Maduduzo Rebecca Sibanda argues that street harassment is more about men than it is about women.
Tammy Sutherns asks what we do when patriarchy has our father’s face
Joy-Mari Cloete argues that men in general make lousy feminists
Jen Thorpe asks what the Zumaspear tells us about South African masculinity
Jono Smith asks the important question – What’s in a name?
Gcobani Qambela criticises Jonathan Jansen’s reduction of black males to a situation of violence and hopelessness.
Athambile Masola teaches teenage boys, and reflects on the lack of positive images of men that they have to draw from.