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No holy cows in hate cases

Misogyny and hate speech cannot be left to institutions to deal with internally

Violence begets violence

A rape survivor endures a long, bitter struggle to overcome the hate of what he aches to be

Veteran journo slammed for ‘creepy’ interview with New Zealand PM

Charles Wooley has been criticised for calling Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern “attractive” and discussing the conception of her baby.

Homophobia and misogyny are kin

"Several aspects of this violent misogynistic episode, and how it has played out publicly, show us yet again that South Africa is no place for women."

​Thandi Klaasen: Defying tragedy to do it her way

From being a starlet in Sophiatown through to a disfiguring assault, Thandi Klaasen’s capacity for resilience meant she just kept on singing.

Too big, too strong, too powerful, too black for weepy, waifish Sharp and Jozwik

Caster Semenya’s moment of triumph illustrates very clearly what the problem really is — she isn’t white.

[From our archives] Angry feminist? Damn right I’m angry

Fury over the misogyny and hatred in social media is fuel in the fight for a better, equal world.

Satirical website brings all the bigots to the yard

Arwa Mahdawi started Rent-A-Minority to bring attention to diversity issues in the workplace, but she never thought she'd get actual requests.

M&G reduces former spy to a vagina on legs

The greatest irony is that focusing on Forsyth's sex life did not highlight the terrible things she did as an apartheid-era spy.

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