Issue 33

Issue 33 was published in Summer 1996.


Getting away with murderSandra McNeill reveals how men who kill women escape punishment

Floundering in the NetDianne Butterworth reviews Dale Spender’s book Nattering on the Net

Wanted: The female serial killerDebbie Cameron asks how feminists should make sense of Rose West

Gybing round the buoysVal Woodward on women and windsurfing

Lesbians take on the UNJill Radford interviews Margaret Page about lesbians organising at the Beijing Conference and after

Weasel wordsLiz Kelly challenges feminists who talk about paedophiles and the cycle of abuse

Ignorance is Bliss when you’re Just SeventeenStevi Jackson discusses the issues raised by child beauty queens and girls’ magazines

Sustaining the struggle — A report from the Bombay Women’s Centre

Barking BackJulie Bindel and Joan Scanlon rant about lesbian feminists’ attitudes to love, sex and relationships


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