Issue 37 was published in Summer 1998.
Table of Contents:
Sizing up the arguments — Debbie Cameron reviews Fat and Proud, a new book about the politics of body size.
Between context and continents — Feminist activists in South Asia are making connections between forms of sexual violence. Liz Kelly reports.
Making a big noise — Magda Ang-Lygate talks to members of the Scottish women’s percussion group, SheBoom.
What the papers say — Hilary McCollum reads between the lines of newspaper coverage of child sexual abuse.
Courtroom dramas — Denise Mina and Jane Scoular examine the rise of false memory stories on the stage and in the courts.
Space: the feminist frontier — As high summer approaches, Dianne Butterworth cruises the science fiction shelves.
Slick Willy and the silent sisters — Andrea Dworkin speaks her mind about Bill Clinton’s exploitation of women.
A navel of one’s own — Meryl Altman has her doubts about the women’s ‘memoir boom’.
Labour pains — Jennifer Marchbanks assesses the new Labour government’s stance on women.