Kate Byard is a postgraduate student at the University of Exeter, studying Critical Theory and specialising in Digital Humanities, Feminist Theory, and Cultural Marxism.
She is also an educator at not-for-profit organisation EqualiTeach who work alongside London schools to teach students about issues of equality, diversity and inclusion.
In her space time she works as the Campaigns Officer for her University Feminist Society.
Oh porn, the bane of feminist existence, the ultimate conundrum. Is it the liberation of female sexuality or the systematic rape of women? It seems as if the opposing sides were far from settling on an agreement last weekend as… Read More ›
Last week Jean-Marc Vallée’s newest film – Dallas Buyers Club – was released into cinemas and picture houses. In the film, Jared Leto portrays the character of transwoman Rayon, a role for which he received 12 different awards for Best… Read More ›
At the age of 18, freshly into my first month of University, I found out I was two weeks pregnant. The reason I knew so early is because I had, foolishly, had unprotected sex and then been unable to acquire… Read More ›
Over the past two days, the Internet has been in uproar over J.K. Rowling’s declaration that Hermione Granger should have married Harry Potter, and not Ron Weasley. I, for one, am fuming. Not because I “ship” Hermione and Ron, nor… Read More ›