Downstream: Were Trans People “Born This Way”?
Downstream: How Violence Shapes Our Sex Lives
Is ‘consent’ the only dividing line between good sex and bad sex? Ash Sarkar is joined by Rachel Thompson to discuss her new book Rough, and the politics of pornography, kink, and sex ambivalent feminism.
Opinion: Judith Butler’s Censorship by the Guardian Shows Who’s Really Being Silenced in the Fight for Trans Rights
by Moya Lothian-McLean
Opinion: Liberating Trans People Means Liberating Everyone
by Shon Faye
Analysis: TERFs Don’t Speak for Women – But Don’t Take It From Me, Look at the Polls
by Ell Folan
Live: Sarah Everard & Violence Against Women
The disappearance and death of Sarah Everard has shone a spotlight on the epidemic of violence against women in Britain, and has provoked an outpouring from women on social media sharing their own experience of harassment, threats and violence at the hands of men. Michael Walker and Dalia Gebrial discuss the case and the response […]
Downstream: ‘A Red Flag and a Silver Dress?’ Interview With Divina De Campo
RuPaul has turned drag into a multi-million dollar industry and a global TV franchise, but has that meant that the art of drag has lost its claim to being punk? Ash Sarkar was joined by Divina De Campo, first runner up from RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 1, to talk about drag, gender identity, and the […]
Ash Wednesday: Are Right-wingers an Oppressed Minority?
Ash Sarkar explores how the language of minoritarian grievance has been appropriated by the most powerful people in political media.
GE2019: I Support Survivors of Gender-Based Violence. Here’s Why I Can’t Vote for the Tories
by Ammaarah Zayna
The Lockdown: Prison Island: Prison Expansion in the UK
Back with a new series, hosts Oonagh Ryder and Sam Swann speak to Nicole, a researcher at Corporate Watch about the British government’s plans for prison expansion, how this will impact people inside and outside prisons and how communities across the country are resisting.
The Lockdown: “Just Paint the Walls Pink”: Gender, Prison and Carceral Feminism
Oonagh Ryder speaks to Mo Mansfield, a social justice campaigner and women’s sector professional. They discuss what carceral feminism is, how it has helped to expand and entrench the criminal justice system and how we can move beyond this towards an abolitionist feminism.
Live: The Ciscourse
On this episode of TyskySour Michael Walker is joined by Ash Sarkar and Shon Faye to talk about the clusterfuck that was Channel 4’s GenderQuake debate and the state of trans rights in Britain, everyone’s favourite salted meat and whether anyone actually cares what Germaine Greer has to say anymore.
The Fix: WTF Is the Women’s Strike?
Dalia Ed hosts a special episode of The Fix, all about the upcoming Women’s Strike. She is joined by Nadine Houghton, Camille Barbagallo, Sam Siva and Molly Gerlach-Arthurs.