‘Loving to Survive’ by Dee Graham – a discussion with Laura Lecuona and Sheila Jeffreys

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Sheila Jeffreys and Laura Lecuona discuss Dee Graham’s book, ‘Loving to Survive’, at WHRC Radical Feminist Perspectives – 24 October 2021


‘Intercourse’ by Andrea Dworkin – Sheila Jeffreys and an Indian feminist discuss

Sheila Jeffreys and an Indian feminist discuss Andrea Dworkin’s book, ‘Intercourse’, at WHRC Radical Feminist Perspectives – 4 October 2021


‘Unpacking queer politics’ – a discussion with Sheila Jeffreys and Marian Rutigliano

Sheila Jeffreys and Marian Rutigliano discuss Sheila’s book, ‘Unpacking Queer Politics’ at WHRC Radical Feminist Perspectives – 29 August 2021.


‘Man’s Dominion’ – a discussion with Sheila Jeffreys and Jo Bart

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‘Man’s Dominion’ by Sheila Jeffreys – a discussion with Sheila Jeffreys and Jo Bart at WHRC Radical Feminist Perspectives in August 2021


Sheila Jeffreys on Kate Millet’s ‘Sexual Politics’

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Sheila Jeffreys discusses Kate Millett’s book ‘Sexual Politics‘ and Batya Weinbaum talks about the work of Shulamith Firestone at WHRC Radical Feminist Perspectives – 18 July 2021


‘Beauty and Misogyny’ – Sheila Jeffreys and Marian Rutigliano discuss

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Watch Sheila Jeffreys and Marian Rutigliano discuss Sheila’s book ‘Beauty and Misogyny’ in the WHRC Radical Feminist Perspectives series – 11 July 2021


Men’s Sexual Rights vs Women’s Sex-Based Rights – 15 May 2021

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Download a full transcript of Sheila Jeffreys’ talk given at the WHRC Spanish language webinar on 15 May 2021 here. Mens’ sexual rights vs women’s sex-based rights


‘Body Art’ and Social Status: Cutting, Tattooing and Piercing from a Feminist Perspective

This article by Sheila Jeffreys, published in Feminism & Psychology vol. 10(4) 2000, analyses the developing industry of body modification, in which cutting, tattooing and piercing are carried out in studios for profit. It seeks to offer a feminist understanding of this industry which places it on a continuum of harmful cultural practices that include […]


Overview of the Declaration on Women’s sex-based rights

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Watch Sheila Jeffreys, co-founder of the Women’s Human Rights Campaign, give an overview of the Declaration on Women’s Sex-Based Rights at the WHRC CSW65 event on 20 March 2021 here.


‘Trigger Warning: My Lesbian Feminist Life’ – book launch at WHRC webinar 5 September 2020

Trigger Warning: My Lesbian Feminist Life is both an engaging autobiography and a fascinating account of feminist history. From the heady days of the Women’s Liberation Movement through to the backlash against radical feminism as neoliberal laissez-faire attitudes took hold. Fast forward to the current re-examination of feminism in light of the #MeToo movement and […]