Issue 38

Issue 38 was published in Winter 1998/99.


Table of Contents:

Spicing up girls’ livesKrista Cowman and Ann Koloski find out what girl fans of the Spice Girls really, really want

Detect and surviveT&S interviews feminist detective writer Denise Mina

The idea of patriarchySheila Jeffreys’s The Idea of Prostitution reviewed by Liz Kelly

men at exploitation dot comDonna Hughes reveals how the Internet is being used to promote sexual exploitation

Giving a damnPatricia Holmes and Val King on FRANKI, a feminist organisation with a radical approach to working with women in prostitution

Not for saleAngela Beausang and Eva Hassel-Calais report on Sweden’s new law prohibiting the purchase of sexual services

Flushing the johnsJulie Bindel reports on West Yorkshire’s Kerb Crawler Re-education Programme

Jeanette Winterson is not the only lesbianRachel Wingfield discusses three lesbian novelists and their status in the literary mainstream

Could do betterDebbie Cameron raises questions about boys’ educational underachievement

Out of the shadowsBina Akhtar talks to Linda Regan about the problem of acid-throwing attacks on women in Bangladesh

Love is all you need?Wendy Langford doesn’t think so

Emma Humphreys — Her life remembered by Julie Bindel, Hannana Siddiqui and Harriet Wistrich


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