Tag: Intersectionality

Missing White Woman Syndrome, what is it and why does it exist?

By: Hannah Lewis, BSc Criminology and Sociology student Binge watching new shows on streaming sites has become a favourite past time for many and a large amount of the population excitedly tuned in recently for the return of…

“Thank you for the flowers, but I demand respect” (Kommersant, 2019): Why we still need International Women’s Day

By: Dr Louise Livesey, Senior Lecturer in Criminology There are a few ‘international days’ which I hold dear. But I am passionate about International Women’s Day (8th March)[1] alongside its end-of-year cousin, the UN Day for the Elimination…

All lives matter? The implications of feminism without intersectionality

By: Beth Gallacher, BSc Criminology and Sociology student In recent months, the Black Lives Matter movement has gained much more publicity than it originally had when it was founded in 2013 after Trayvon Martin, a young African American…