Get your next #Ladykiller recommendation straight from Third Wavelength. This week, it’s Killer Lyrics from IDER.
Killer Hits: Tove Styrke
Our next #Ladykiller is Tove Styrke – find out what we love in this week’s feature…
Mykki – A Video Essay
Theodore Kitching walks you through rapper Mykki’s work – and what it says about gender.
Killer Hits: Mikaela Davis
Third Wavelength’s Ladykillers series: our top picks of feminine musicians. First up – Killer Hits: Mikaela Davis.
“I stride in London; it happens naturally. In the face of city oblivion, the anonymity of a needle in a hot grey stack of streets and buildings, I feel emboldened.”
Virtual Suffrage: Women in Video Games
“Picture your favourite video game character. Is it a brawly, bearded and armour-plated knight? Or maybe even a well-suited, bald, male assassin?”
An overview of women in video games – and why it needs to change.
Killer Hits: Jade Bird
Third Wavelength’s Ladykillers series: our top picks of feminine musicians. First up – Killer Hits: Jade Bird.
Feeling PROUD in Cambridge: “Femininity is the journey instead of the aim”
Third Wavelength dips into the mayhem that was Cambridge Pride – how are you celebrating your Pride Month 2019?
“Barber’s Son – Hairdresser’s Daughter”: Sunlight and Feminine Art
A response to our weekly Third Wavelength prompt: sunlight. We were delighted to be sent this etching in return.
The Ever-Changing Feminist
Theodore Kitching crosses generations to see how feminism might have changed as time goes on.
What’s your wavelength?