I’m looking at the phrase ‘Sleater Kinney’ written in an understated font on a drumhead from the front row of the Manchester Academy, and reflecting that at one point in the career of this riot grrrl behemoth, I would not have been allowed into the room.
I’ve met my fair share of wonder women since moving to Manchester four years ago.
At a time when women’s rights seem to be increasingly under attack one Manchester restaurant is taking a stand for the rights of women and mothers by openly encouraging breastfeeding.
The classic Greek play The Odyssey has been modernised to show a woman’s point of view of the ‘macho’ Greek world by a Manchester-based theatre-maker.
Today is International Women’s Day and to celebrate, MM took to the streets of Manchester to find out which women inspire them the most.
‘More to feminism than vote and equal pay’: Manchester hails ‘wonderful’ ladies on International Women’s Day
International Women’s Day on March 8 is a celebration of how much we have achieved, how far we’ve come but also to acknowledge how much more can be done.
Manchester’s Museums and galleries will join together to host the fourth Wonder Women festival, in honour of International Women’s Day on Tuesday March 8.
‘Never leave home without it’: Lipstick not feminism makes a successful woman, says Manchester life coach
Feminism has nothing on lipstick when it comes to pursuing success, according to a Manchester life coach who contributed to a best-seller aimed at ‘inspiring women’.
Click through to the Ladyfest MCR 2015 Facebook event and you’ll see that 1,207 people have confirmed that they’re ‘attending’ this Saturday’s celebration of all things female.
A new exhibition at the Whitworth Gallery will be exploring Manchester’s long history and connection with the textile industry and the material’s use in feminist art.
A feminist film festival launched in Manchester this week with a new historical drama that brings the fight for gender equality into the modern world.