New evidence, which I will present here, suggests that gender segregation is not only tolerated, but often legitimised and institutionalised by the very universities and student representatives that are supposed to uphold and promote equality for all.
We live in a pluralist society: I don't want anyone to lecture me about the way I choose to live my life: in return, I won't lecture them.
We're not always going to understand everything straight away and we don't always need to, celebrate difference and appreciate the fact that it exists in Britain. To live in a tolerant society is not to stamp down but it's to be able to accept those exact things when they're not harming you.
To suggest younger women are not interested or ignorant of the women who went before us is insulting, in my activist work I work along women of all ages, I have sat and listened intently to women speak of their experiences at Greenham common, of living in Palestine, of fighting for the rights of migrant and refugee women,
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown was right to bring up the question over trust in the Conservative Party, and far from being "out of touch", actually ignited a worthwhile debate. How can we trust them when so much of what they have said and done has gone against pre-election pledges and so-called guarantees?