Tag: feminism

Feminist Fringe 2015 – By the Bi

Morgan Barbour co-founder of the Blazing Change Players theatre company was kind enough to answer our questions for #feministfringe. You can find out more about their show By the Bi below the responses: *** What makes a show feminist for you?For example, does it need to be explicit in saying that the content or performers … Continued

Feminist Fringe 2015 – All the Nice Girls

Ali Child and Rosie Wakely, creators and stars of All the Nice Girls, were kind enough to answer some of the questions we sent them for #feministfringe. You can find a description of their show below their responses: *** 1) What makes a show feminist for you? For example, does it need to be explicit in saying … Continued

Feminist Fringe 2015

As part of our  broader commitment to intersectional feminism (that is to say a feminism that fights against all forms of discrimination, such as those based on race, class, sexuality, or gender identity), we’re participating in #feministfringe and highlighting feminist performances during this year’s Edinburgh festival. One of the things we’ve done is to send emails … Continued

Next Generation Feminism

On the 14th June we’ll be hanging out at parliament (like you do) presenting a wee session as part of Next Generation Feminism. Other folk going along include Laura Bates from Every day sexism, people from Zero Tolerance, White Ribbon Scotland, No More Page 3, and Scottish Women’s Aid. It’s been organised by Kezia Dugdale … Continued