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.
Pride 2017: five British LGBT writers on books that inspired them
50 years after the UK decriminalised homosexuality, authors and activists talk about literary representations of gay...
Books for bleak times: a reading list from six British feminists
We asked Caroline Criado-Perez, Sarah Ditum, Helen Lewis, Nimco Ali, Joanna Walsh, and Bidisha which books inspire...
The things I would tell you: British Muslim women speak out in new anthology
Edited by Sabrina Mahfouz, this timely collection of essays, plays, short stories and poetry celebrates the...
Testosterone Rex: is the hormone the essence of masculinity, or is it far more complex?
Cordelia Fine talks about her new book – and how viewing risk as a “male” characteristic can mean we overlook risks...
Should domestic abuse have its own law?
In the UK, there is no specific offence for 'domestic violence'. Is the law failing women seeking justice?
Through the eyes of a queer Arab man: a review of ‘Guapa’
The novel Guapa by Saleem Haddad is set in the aftermath of the 2011 revolutions. Reading it during the fall of...