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Beyoncé's New Album Is Supposedly the Climax of a Revolutionary Year for Women in Music -But Applauding Any Song With a Feminist Sentiment Is Dangerous

Felicity Capon | Posted 02.03.2014 | UK Entertainment
Felicity Capon

We forget that music, when written by the individual behind the performance, is simply a way of expressing an emotion. That emotion can certainly be feisty independence, but it doesn't mean it has to be, and songs and artists shouldn't be left off the list because they don't fit this dubious criteria.

Miller, Hunt and the Irrelevance of Viability to the Abortion Debate

Craig Purshouse | Posted 07.12.2012 | UK Politics
Craig Purshouse

Debating the science of when a foetus is viable rather than the relevance of viability itself implicitly accepts that a late-stage foetus's claim on existence outweighs the mother's right to bodily autonomy.