Sian Norris a writer and journalist specialising in reproductive and LGBTIQ rights. Her work has been published in openDemocracy 50:50, the Guardian, the i, New Statesman, Byline Times, politics.co.uk and many more. Her book, Birth Violence, explores how the Far Right is attacking women's reproductive rights in Europe and will be published by Verso in Autumn 2022. She is also the founder of the Bristol Women's Literature Festival.
Excluded, stereotyped and abused: where do women stand in UK politics today?
100 years since (some) women won the right to vote, they’re still marginalised in corridors of our power – and...
Romanians didn’t show up to an anti-LGBT referendum. But the battle for equality continues
A vote to make legalising equal marriage even harder was defeated this weekend. It’s a victory for progressive...
‘Anger is language of justice’ says author of new book on women’s rage
What have women got to be angry about? A lot, according to writer and critic Soraya Chemaly who talks about her new...
Tackling the trolls: how women are fighting back against online bullies
Refusing to be silent, women are leading research, campaigns and new strategies to stop trolls and create safer...
Why the Women’s March sees Trump’s UK visit as ‘a glorious opportunity’
Thousands plan to march in London on Friday and also raise awareness of impacts of government policies on vulnerable...
Young, trans Nigerians: ‘people need to see that we exist’
It may become harder for church and state to deny that trans Nigerians exist, thanks to activists like Miss saHHara.