It’s a new year. And Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s husband is still asking when his wife and daughter will return home
Perhaps this resurfaced footage tells us how pivotal the #MeToo moment is, says Kat Lister
Kat Lister’s love of Frida Kahlo was ignited by Salma Hayek’s biopic. She didn’t know there was a monster behind the movie who sought to diminish them both
Having endured an international public humiliation, Lewinsky can understand the performative misogyny of the internet better than most
Kat Lister talks to the outspoken classicist about Medusa, Hillary Clinton – and the barriers that still prevent women from gaining power
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is serving time for “non-specific charges” in a Tehran prison. In October, her husband, Richard, talked to Kat Lister about the devastating sentence
Zohra is the first ever all-female music ensemble in Afghanistan’s history, with its members facing death threats and family rejection just for doing what they love. Writer Kat Lister hears their incredible story.
Our engagement with Spicer and Trump speaks volumes about who we’re prepared to listen to, in spite of the very real dangers they pose, and who we are not.
Words by Kat Lister
On a sun-dappled Monday in March, a dozen women walk into the Texas State Capitol in downtown Austin; their red robes fluttering as they silently make their way into the Senate chambers where 31 Senators (23 of whom are men) are debating women’s reproductive autonomy.
Kat Lister talks to Neequaye Dreph Dsane, a street artist committed to making brilliant women visible
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