Faith In Feminism

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Humanism and Feminism

Do Humanists make the ‘best’ feminists? Would life be better for women globally if religion was abolished? I asked these questions and others to Andrew Copson, Chief Executive of the British Humanist Association.  [To the reader: A quick reiteration – [...]

September 4, 2013 Humanism, Men's voices

Christian, feminist & conservative on sexuality?

The majority of the feminist movement supports LGBTQIA relationships. However, there are Christians who align with feminism while simultaneously believing the Bible only endorses sexual activity within the marriage of a man and a woman. Steve Holmes is someone who feels [...]

September 4, 2013 Christianity, Men's voices, Sexuality, Uncategorized

The Sikh religion and feminism

How easily does the Sikh religion mesh with feminism? Sunny Hundal is a writer, commentator and the editor of He comes from a Sikh background and is the author of “India Dishonoured: Behind a nation’s war on women”. [To [...]

August 18, 2013 Men's voices, Sikhism

Interview with Mo Ansar

The Muslim faith, as does the Christian faith, has a reputation among feminists for being oppressive toward women. Is this reputation justified? I interview Mohammed Ansar to see what he thinks of this. Mo is a Muslim commentator, lecturer and writer, frequently [...]

August 16, 2013 Islam, Men's voices

Religious male feminists?

Are there a significant number of men who identify as both religious and feminist? Two weeks ago when I was in the thick of nasty trolling over my views on lads mags, Carl Beech the founder of an organisation called [...]

August 15, 2013 Christianity, Lads Mags, Men's voices

Lads Mags: alternative outsells Loaded

Lads mags are a hot topic in the media at the moment. I’m joined here by Steve Legg, founder of an alternative men’s magazine called Sorted. Its sales figures have now over-taken those of Loaded. The magazine has received a ringing endorsement [...]

August 4, 2013 Christianity, Lads Mags, Men's voices, Sexuality