Digging into the shock announcement of this decade’s Sight and Sound Greatest Film poll winner.
Why Can’t A Woman Be More Like A Man?
Are some people taking seriously the lyrics of a comic song written nearly 70 years ago? That’s the way it looks.
The Condescending Sexism Of ‘Feminist’ Superhero Cinema
The constant implication in superhero films, that women are inherently powerless with their destinies shaped by the actions of men, does not seem a particularly empowering narrative.
A Woman Speaks – The Erotic Writing Of Anaïs Nin
The revolutionary feminist erotica of the noted writer and Henry Miller contemporary.
It’s the End Of The World As We Know It And I Feel Fine: The Joys Of Night Of The Comet
The unexpected pleasures of the 1984 sci-fi zombie classic, where girls kick ass and go shopping, and no one is trying to establish their right-on credentials in the process.
The Days Of Future Sex Past
The entire run of the once-revolutionary cybersex magazine is yours to enjoy.
The Flaccid Appeal Of The Festival Of New Masculinity
A month of chin-stroking studies exploring masculinity does not excite us.
Vape and Pillage: Entertainments For Modern Vikings
The commodification and rewriting of Viking culture as an inclusive , touchy-feely world is a bastardisation of history.
The Tyranny Of The Perpetually Offended
A single complaint is all it needs to have lingerie advertising pulled – what on earth is that about?
The Irrational Fear Of Female Breasts
The suggestion that breasts will corrupt our youth is little more than an old fashioned fear of female sexuality.
Never Mind The Botoks – Incredibly Strange Polish Cinema
The little-known world of Polish exploitation cinema is breaking out globally. Botoks made £1 million in the UK. Let’s try to understand how…
Disappointed Virginity: The Art Of Marc Blackie
Dark eroticism, provocative kink and twisted libidos abound in Marc Blackie’s photography and filmmaking.