What Does it Mean to be a Dangerous Women?

Abrisham Ahmadzadeh presents us with some inside info on The University of Edinburghs new publication, Dangerous Women. A regular Mxogyny writer and fourth-year undergraduate student, Abrisham worked at The Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities this summer, copy editing the manuscript and preparing the launch for the book which asks, “What does it mean to be a dangerous woman?”

She Can't Half Talk

In the run-up to the world renowned Fringe Festival, Mxogyny offers an excerpt from the five star monologue show, She Can't Half Talk, written by Sally MacAlister; consisting of five monologues, the play explores and cross-examines the role of gender and sexuality in the modern day, through unusual lenses. Here, The Foetus comes to terms with her own opinion on abortion and the rights of her mother.

Womanhood in Fragments

A tribute to my grandma: a wonderful soul, amazing friend and the truest laughing yogi. Monika Jurczyk portrays a woman who was strong, brave and always positive through her work which will be featured in Edinburgh’s SHE___. exhibition.

Home for Christmas

As part of the SHE____. exhibition - an Edinburgh-based art showcase that celebrates every-day women - we provide a one-off feature of Tom Forster’s photography. The piece emphasises the strength of female workers in the NHS.