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12 December 2012

Condemning an anti-LGBTI bill in Uganda

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex activists, and human rights campaigners, protested outside the Ugandan High Commission in London on 10 December against a repressive bill currently going through the Ugandan parliament

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31 October 2012

Savile case: How bullies and predators thrived

The revelations about Jimmy Savile's serial sexual assaults and rape of children over decades will disgust many from the 'Jim'll Fix It' generation, writes Eleanor Donne.

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29 August 2012

Galloway's ignorant comments

George Galloway, Respect Party MP for Bradford West, revealed disturbing ignorance and misogyny in his recent podcast about the rape allegations against Julian Assange, founder of the WikiLeaks website and scourge of the political and military establishment, writes Eleanor Donne.

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22 February 2012

Fight homophobic Tory attacks

The Con-Dems' all-out assault on public services hits everyone - but some groups in society suffer disproportionately...

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25 January 2012

Victory against Dorries' abstinence education bill

On Friday 20 January a demonstration against Tory MP Nadine Dorries' Sex Education (required content) Bill 185 was interrupted mid way through when a victory was announced, writes Beth Granter.

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18 January 2012

Protect women's rights - oppose the abstinence bill

In May 2011, Tory MP Nadine Dorries made an attack on sex education via a private member's bill. Dorries proposed that girls be given "information and advice" on the benefits of abstinence from sexual activity...

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9 June 2010

Bradford murders and prostitution

Comment: THE MURDER of three women in Bradford once again draws attention to the plight of women who take up prostitution, writes Jane James.

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30 August 2009

Fighting for LGBT rights in the USA

FRUSTRATED BY the inaction of the Obama administration and unwilling to continue to accept their second-class status, gay rights activists have called a national march for equality in Washington, DC, on 11 October...

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29 July 2009

Success for Stop the Strip campaign

THE WHITE Hart in New Cross, south London, which had previously been operating as a lap dancing bar, has now returned to being run as a normal bar, writes Tania Eadie.

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4 March 2008

Fight for a woman's right to choose

International women's day: Hypocrisy is not the word for it! The Guardian reported that Tory leader David Cameron pledged to give a third of jobs in his first government to women...

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25 October 2007

Do women still have the 'right to choose'?

Forty years after the 1967 Abortion Act: This month marks the 40th anniversary of the 1967 Abortion Act. The reform was won by women who, increasingly confident as they became active in the workplace,...

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11 January 2007

Ipswich murders lift lid on violence against women

THE brutal murders of five young women in Ipswich shocked and touched people all over the country...

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8 June 2006

Pregnancy discrimination: Bosses show their dirty tricks

THIRTY YEARS ago, the 1975 Sex Discrimination gave legal protection to pregnant women. Under current legislation it's automatically unfair to dismiss someone or for them to suffer any other detriment because they're pregnant, A Citizen's Advice Bureau worker writes from north London.

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24 November 2005

On the threshold of genderquake?

30 years of the Equal Pay Act: THIRTY YEARS after the Equal Pay and Sex Discrimination Acts, ELAINE BRUNSKILL looks at what impact they have had on working-class women's lives...

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25 September 2004

Prostitution: The Debate Continues

SINEAD DALY'S article on prostitution in last week's socialist raises some very important issues around legalisation and decriminalisation. The debate in Scotland has centred on Tolerance Zones because this is the main proposal in Margo...

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18 September 2004

The Prostitution Debate

THE CONTROVERSIAL Tolerance Zones (Scotland) Bill and the British government's consultation document on prostitution, Paying the Price, have sparked a real debate about how to deal with the issue of prostitution...

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5 July 2003

LGBT rights: 'Family values' fears produce confused equality measures

CAMPAIGNERS HOPED that same-sex partners would get similar legal rights to married couples as the government published its white paper on civil partnerships this week, writes Manny Thain.

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28 June 2003

Sexual Health Crisis

ACCORDING TO a report by the Commons Health Committee, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) amongst young people are rife, creating a major health crisis, writes Sarah Mayo.

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1 December 2000

Our Bodies - their profits

MISS WORLD will be held in the millenium dome and hosted by Jerry Springer. Ticket prices start from no less than 100 going up to 400 for the night, writes Clare James.

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