There's a group on Facebook called 'Women Who Eat on Tubes' that encourages people to take secret photos of women eating and post them online. Women have complained about it, but Facebook doesn't seem to think it's harassment, so refuses to take it down. It's not OK to take photos of women without their consent, and it's up to Facebook to uphold women's privacy. Sign the petition:
WIN! Love Island adverts
Working with plastic surgeons and NHS experts, 3208 of us got ITV to drop adverts for plastic surgery and diet sprinkles from hit TV show Love Island.
Stand with Muslim Women
8,502 people stood up to sexism and racism when Boris Johnson disrespected muslim women in his Telegraph column.Do you respect a woman’s right to wear whatever she wants? Take the pledge today.
Time to teach consent in schools
In September 2018, sex education becomes compulsory in all English secondary schools, which has sparked calls for an overhaul of lessons in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Millions of young people aren’t being taught about consent, LGBTQ+ experiences or how to stay safe online
If you think it’s time drag sex education into the 21st century, join our campaign.
Theresa May: extend abortion rights to Northern Ireland
Repeal the 8th campaigners made history! Thanks to their hard work, Irish people have the right to safe and legal abortions. It was a landslide victory and an inspiring moment for feminists everywhere. But the fight isn’t over.
Call on Theresa May to extend the right to choose to everyone in the UK.
A notorious pickup artist launched his own “dating” game called Super Seducer. 22,000 of us called on Steam, the only store selling Super Seducer to take it off sale. We got the attention of national media and the game’s creator. He threatened to sue us but we wont let him have the last word.
Bust in Britain
Our Bust in Britain campaign called on male supporters to get topless and submit selfies to The Sun’s annual contest to find the nations cleavage Queen. Bust in Britain has been running for years, but the Sun consistently uses it to promote a narrow standard of beauty. Our tongue-in-cheek campaign showed the nation that all chests are beautiful.