Faith In Feminism

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Are atheists ‘truer’ feminists?

Francesca Stavrakopoulou is Professor of Hebrew Bible and Ancient Religion at the University of Exeter. Francesca is an atheist and believes atheism is a better foundation for feminism than religion. She chatted to me about why. [To the reader: A quick [...]

August 18, 2013 Atheism, Women's voices

Are there many Christian feminists?

Are there many people out there who call themselves both Christian and feminist? Many might assume not, but there are a growing number. More formal gatherings and groups are emerging in the UK to help those who identify as both [...]

August 16, 2013 Christianity, Women's voices

Vicky writes: Trolling & Feminism

One of the things that pre-empted me to start this site was my involvement in a specific feminist campaign in the UK – a protest at the Bank of England announcing that they’d remove the only remaining woman featured on [...]

August 16, 2013 Campaigning, Trolling, Vicky Writes, Women's voices

Vicky writes: Was Jesus a feminist?

“Christian feminism is not an oxymoron”. This is a phrase I use a lot when I deliver seminars on feminism and gender equality. It’s interesting to see the reaction I get when I use that phrase in front of a religious [...]

August 14, 2013 Christianity, Vicky Writes, Women's voices