The War On Women

Julie Bindel writes for The Guardian about the findings of the 2018 Femicide Census.
Raneem Oudeh (left) and her mother Khaola Saleem
Raneem Oudeh (left) and her mother Khaola Saleem were killed by Oudeh’s ex-partner Janbaz Tarin in August. Photograph: West Midlands Police/PA

Covering the report on femicides in 2017, Julie Bindel, feminist, journalist and co-founder of Justice for Women, observes that it is only feminists who make the connections between different forms of men’s violence against women and a misogynistic culture. 

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