Reports of unwanted sexual behaviour on Greater Manchester’s rail network have more than doubled over the past year, MM can reveal.
‘Absolutely overwhelmed’: Organiser heralds ‘special’ Manchester march speaking out against sexual abuse
Last night over 3500 Manchester students and members of the public joined forces to say no to sexual abuse against women, street harassment and victim blaming in Fallowfield.
A Manchester pervert has been targeting young women in a series of late-night sexual assaults in the city centre – police are appealing for information.
‘It shatters lives’: More safe houses and ‘stronger safety net’ for Oldham domestic abuse victims with £70k grant
Oldham domestic abuse victims will soon have more places to escape to for refuge, help and support thanks to a £70,000 government grant to tackle the lack of safe houses in the area.
‘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’.
Books exploring magic, bereavement and landscape are among the fiction and nonfiction shortlisted for a £10,000 writing prize dubbed the ‘Booker of the North’.
‘The unconquerable beast’: Manchester comic on sexism, honesty, and Laughing Cows ahead of Frog and Bucket gig
MM caught up with Kiri Pritchard about the importance of honesty, prejudice, and her fear of the forever-ness of the internet ahead of Laughing Cows comedy night at Northern Quarter’s Frog and Bucket.
Clare’s Law is a ‘true legacy’ to the memory of murdered domestic violence victim Clare Wood, according to Greater Manchester Police and Crime Commissioner Tony Lloyd.
Victoria’s Secret Angel Stella Maxwell is bringing a slice of heaven to the Trafford Centre for the launch of the new and improved ‘Body’ collections this month.
Three women have been sexually assaulted by a Manchester city centre taxi driver in the early hours of the morning – police are warning people to take extra care and stick together on nights out.
Figures in a recent Sunday Times report revealed that, for a professorship in science, women get paid an average of £5,000 less than men – the figure rising to as much as £21,000 in some institutions.