Ruby Hamad Twenty years ago, 189 countries pledged to repeal all laws that discriminate against women. Needless to say, we are not there yet.
Ruby Hamad Until women are regarded as more valuable than their virginity, cases like Mustafa Abdel-Ghany's will continue.
Ruby Hamad "The blacklisting, the name-calling, the jokes - they all show the pretense of an 'inclusive' Hollywood to be just that.
Ruby Hamad It certainly seems like it on the Puerto Rican island of Vieques, writes Ruby Hamad.
Ruby Hamad Going after a teen girl because she and her best friend popped pills at a music festival is going to achieve very little.
Ruby Hamad Far too many men grow up thinking they are owed sex.
Ruby Hamad We glamourise a certain way of life, but punitively punishing those who go to extreme lengths to attain it.
Ruby Hamad Hint: it’s good news.
Ruby Hamad Ruby Hamad on the myth of Pope Francis and King Abdullah as advocates for women.
Ruby Hamad Foreign dignitaries have done the same in the past. So why the big deal about Michelle Obama?
Ruby Hamad In a new interview, Bjork revealed the extent to which her work has been credited to men. 'Bropropriation' - it's a travesty that's gone on throughout history.
Ruby Hamad Common terms that have super offensive origins.
Ruby Hamad Why B1A4's fan meeting controversy is about so much more than strict indecency laws.
Ruby Hamad Why we should care about the backlash on Oscar's all-white nominees list.
Ruby Hamad Progressive Muslims like blogger Raif Badawi need the support, not the mockery, of the west.
Ruby Hamad Once again, we find ourselves in one of those all or nothing debates.
Ruby Hamad If the Bill Cosby saga tells us anything, it’s that sometimes, our hero is the villain.
Ruby Hamad New research shows that when it comes to countering the growing anti-abortion sentiment in Australia, women's personal stories will make a vital difference.
2015: looking ahead
Ruby Hamad Some important, concrete steps we can take to lay the groundwork for what will hopefully be a powerful year.
Ruby Hamad "What recent cases demonstrate is that age, gender, and non-criminality is no safeguard from the danger of being killed or brutalised while black."