The politically-minded musician explains what dozakh means in Farsi and argues for the boycott of Israel.
“In this heartland of incel rage and misogynist vitriol, ‘female privilege’ becomes the justification for declaring war on women.”
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“When I’m angry I think that’s when the most savage lyrics kind of come out”.
These are the Filipino creatives making art production a moveable feast.
And he wants you to plod along with him.
The Face sits down with the seminal rap group to get the truth behind the Wu-Tang folklore.
“With so much exposure to what a man thinks is sexy I was left wanting to explore my own desires and this book is a taster of that.”
The actress-activist-artist on internalised misogyny, being a femmebot and staying sane when fighting a global media war.
Listen to publisher Hélène Selam Kleih and contributors Athena Paginton and Abdourahman Njie speak out about mental health.