Training Feminism’s Next Wave | New York Times, 28/8/12

Women’s rights run in my veins, so I’ll be joining a new march on parliament | The Guardian, 21/8/12

Olympic suffragettes regroup for women’s rights march on parliament | The Guardian, 19/8/12

Women in politics: still nothing proportional about representation | The Guardian, 22/6/12

Concern over abortion clinic inspections | The Guardian, 30/5/12

Bangladeshi Garments Worker news | Bangla TV, 3/5/12

Feminists hail explosion in new grassroots groups | The Guardian, 9/4/12

We use the F Word: do you?| Cosmopolitan, 4/12

Beauty regime change: the lost art of NOT looking good | The Guardian, 24/3/12

Women should know the facts and not the fantasy | The Scotsman online, 18/3/12

Plastic surgeons call for ban on cosmetic surgery adverts | Channel 4 News online, 15/3/12

Calls for a ban on cosmetic surgery ads | Marie Claire, 15/3/12

Plastic Surgery: Should Advertising For It Be Illegal? | Huffington Post, 15/3/12

Cosmetic surgery ads should be banned | Letter in the Guardian, 14/3/12

Feminist campaign calls for ban on cosmetic surgery advertising | The Guardian, 14/3/12

Ban surgery ads that prey on women’s fears | The Independent, 13/3/12

The Jordan effect: Third of young women would swap IQ for larger breasts | Daily Mail, 2/3/12

Time to embrace the F-word | Cherwell, 17/2/12



Can you match the placard with the protest? | The Guardian, 28/12/11

The battle for vaginas | Vice, 12/11

Our Muff March is a stand against pornified culture | Guardian Comment is Free, 9/12/11

The Muff March against ‘designer vagina’ surgery | The Guardian, 8/12/11

‘Women’s Rights? Bah, Humbug!’ protest featured on BBC Ten O’Clock News, 29/11/11

Women v David Cameron: things that annoy you most | The Guardian Women’s Blog, 21/11/11

The Conversation: How can the Conservatives win back women’s support? | The Guardian, 18/11/11

‘Muff march’ to hit Harley Street | Evening Standard, 17/11/11

March against muff makeovers and vaj pajs | Evening Standard, 17/11/11

Is government turning back the clock? | The Guardian Women’s Blog, 17/11/11

Jobs are a feminist issue. So are legal aid, tax and pensions | The Guardian, 16/11/11

The Other Half: Are we not pretty anymore? | The Hindu, 12/11/11

Beauty queen who dreamed of becoming a nun is crowned Miss World – as angry protesters picket pageant | Daily Mail, 7/11/11

Miss Venezuela crowned Miss World 2011, but 200 protest outside | The Telegraph, 7/11/11

Miss World met with protests at 60th anniversary show in London | The Guardian, 6/11/11

Miss World is back. How much has changed? | The Guardian, 3/11/11

The innovators: politics, media, charity and the environment | The Observer, 25/9/11

Pornography conference blasted as ‘meat market’ by protesters | The Guardian, 23/9/11

How to create a feminist future | The Guardian, 16/8/11

New feminist group pledges cuts backlash | Evening Standard, 15/8/11

Feminist summer school: training the new generation of ‘suffragettes’ |The Guardian, 14/8/11

Feminism is back and we want to finish the revolution, say activists | The Guardian, 5/8/11

Feminism today: The long and winding road | The Guardian Editorial, 5/8/11

The Hardcore truth about women in porn | The Guardian, 14/7/11

Do we live in an “over sexualised” society? | BBC Newsnight, 20/6/11

March of the new feminists | Evening Standard, 8/6/11

Playboy Club returns to London after 30 years | Sydney Morning Herald, 6/6/11

Protests at opening of Playboy club | BBC news (broadcast), 5/6/11

Is Hugh Hefner’s Playboy Brand Outdated? | Sky News, 5/6/11

Feminist Protest As Playboy Bunnies Return | Sky News, 5/6/11

British bunnies are back! Hugh Hefner opens his Mayfair Playboy Club alongside Union Jack clad bunnygirls | Daily Mail, 5/6/11

Hugh Hefner’s UK ‘Playboy’ club re-launch draws feminists’ ire | The Daily India, 5/6/11

Women oppose Hefner’s Playboy club relaunch | The Times of India, 5/6/11

Playboy Club’s London opening targeted by feminist protesters | The Metro, 5/6/11

Does Britain really need a new Playboy club? Hugh Hefner touches down with his bunnygirls | Daily Mail, 4/6/11

Playboy club: A ‘backward step’? | BBC Radio 4 Today Programme, 4/6/11

Playboy club reopening to attract protests against Hugh Hefner | The Guardian, 4/6/11

Playboy Bunnies: Modern feminists or ‘club decoration’? | BBC News London, 3/6/11

Playboy Bunny Girls are back in London | The Sun, 3/6/11

Playboy’s back? We’re all ears | The Times, 2/6/11

Is the Playboy party over? | The Guardian, 31/5/11

Playboy Club returns to London but will it be a nostalgic flash-in-the-pan? | The Metro, 31/5/11

Feminists hopping mad over Bunny Girls | Evening Standard, 25/6/11

Full round-up of  ‘Eff Off Hef’ protest coverage

So, is feminism dead? | Grazia, March 2011

35 women under 35: the GLAMOUR Power List 2011 | GLAMOUR, March 2011 (article features UK Feminista’s director)



Feminism – 2010 style | SHE, November 2010

What happened next? Feminism | The Guardian, 27/10/10

Why Kat Banyard is the UK’s most influential young feminist | The Guardian, 10/9/10

Women’s Mass Awakening | Guardian Comment is Free, 4/8/10

‘Feminism is not finished’ | The Guardian, 24/7/10

Women still supporting act in UK music scene | The Guardian, 18/7/10

When will women storm the arts fortress? | The Guardian On Culture Blog, 15/7/10

Undecided and unimpressed by a macho campaign: women who intend to make their votes count | The Guardian, 25/4/10

Women in a very male general election | The Guardian, 21/4/10

Forty years of women’s liberation | The Guardian, 26/2/10