Ruby Hamad Appreciating the Cosby Show matriarch ahead of the show's 30th anniversary.
Rotherham child abuse
Ruby Hamad "A cover-up of this magnitude does not happen in a void. It is indicative of a wider culture of silence, intimidation and male entitlement that punishes victims for speaking up."
Ruby Hamad Figures from Gaza, Iraq, Afghanistan and Liberia show just how much the effects of gender inequality are exacerbated during times of war and conflict.
Ruby Hamad As long as women follow the rules -stay at home, don’t drink, don’t wear “slutty” clothes- then we will have earned sympathy in the event we are sexual assaulted.
Ruby Hamad From Maryam Mirzakhani to Rosalind Franklin, let's give some overdue recognition to women who have been smashing it in the sciences for centuries.
Ruby Hamad The indignity of being a celebrity's significant other.
Ruby Hamad Don’t worry, young ladies, we’ll smash the patriarchy for you, even though you refuse to see it.
Ruby Hamad If we, generally speaking, didn’t think that the primary function of a woman’s body is to sexually satisfy (or at the very least appeal to) men, then we would recognise a woman’s right to wear...
Enforced baby boom
Ruby Hamad Why the new measures will come at the expense of women’s freedom.
Ruby Hamad The Festival owes an apology to the Muslim community who have once again been tarnished through no fault of their own.
Ruby Hamad When women are asked to embrace your “true inferior nature” or exploit their sexuality.
Ruby Hamad The many ways Australians justify racism.
Ruby Hamad There is no marginalised group that Peta is not willing to throw under the bus in the vain hope it will compel the world to stop treating animals like commodities.
Ruby Hamad Farzana Iqbal's death reveals the psychology behind honour killings.
Ruby Hamad More importantly, is it already too late?
Ruby Hamad There is no evidence to suggest that Mohammad endorsed the marriage of innocent young girls to men.
Ruby Hamad When a film set in Egypt with Egyptian characters is played by an all-white cast.
Ruby Hamad Four white people will be on a panel talking about 'Multiculturalism: what are we afraid of?' Apparently we are afraid of letting people of colour discuss race in a public forum.
Hits and misses
Ruby Hamad Most of them are still played on radio and many of them are regarded as classics.
Ruby Hamad The key to changing the culture of oppression is to not adopt the tactics of the oppressor: