From safe spaces to court summons, how did it get here?

by Chimene Suleyman The commotion around Bahar Mustafa’s request that white men stay away from a Goldsmiths union meeting (that she had arranged) boiled down to two discrepancies in the understanding of it: Can white people experience racism? Can men be subject to sexism? In short, when you have the most power in society, can you… Read More

The Problem with White Liberals

by Shane Thomas When one has to live with oppression as an everyday facet of their existence, how does it feel? It feels isolating. It’s a parasite that clamps onto one’s self-esteem, and metastasises into a calcified affirmation that one is worthless. So what can be done to counter such an outcome? Maya Goodfellow recently wrote… Read More

Safe Spaces are for White Men

by Maya Goodfellow The campaign against Bahar Mustafa started a month ago, in an article in the Spectator. Although they picked up the story up from student newspaper the Tab, the conservative magazine was all too aware that putting this young woman and the complaints against her under the spotlight would garner a good deal… Read More