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The Catholic Church wages war on gay rights

The Catholic Church is campaigning to prevent Gay people having the right to marry IN A letter read out in 2,500 parish churches across England during Sunday Mass, the English catholic…

Why we still need international women’s day

International women’s day needs to be put back on the map as a rallying point for women’s liberation around the world, writes Joana Ramiro  …

A new women’s movement to fight the ‘new sexism’

We need a new women’s movement based on both gender and class politics, argues Jo Cassidy…

In rape cases, who is on trial?

The acquittal of Dominique Strauss Kahn and the public character assassination of his victim reveal a lot about societies attitudes towards rape, argues Jo Cassidy…

Defend Edson Cosmas!

The British Home Office is trying to deport Eddy Cosmas, a gay refugee and LGBT activist from Tanzania. Homosexuality is illegal in Tanzania; prison terms can be as much as 25…

Homophobic Britain

Homophobic Britain

Chris Newcombe reports on the rise of homophobia in Britain today…

Gay rights – a class issue

Gay rights – a class issue

Capitalism does all it can to preserve its form of the family and with it the oppression of women, lesbians and gays.…

Where does homophobia come from?

WHY IS homophobia still so prevalent around the world? Can lesbians and gay men achieve equality under capitalism? To answer these questions, we need to understand the role families and relationships…

SlutWalk: women fight back against misogyny and rape

The SlutWalk movement has struck a chord with young women across the world and has put the issue of rape and sexual assault back on the agenda, writes Jo Cassidy,…

Disabled activists fight Atos Healthcare

Over 8,000 people demonstrated for disability rights outside Westminster on 11 May, making the Hardest Hit march the biggest disability rights protest in decades. Joy Macready reports…