Oxford links

Oxford Fawcett group campaign on women’s representation in politics and public life; pay, pensions and poverty; valuing caring work; and the treatment of women in the justice system.

Oxford Rape Crisis are a collective of women committed to supporting survivors of sexual abuse, rape, domestic abuse, and harassment.

Oxford Women's Festival organises an annual festival taking place from February to March celebrating International Women's Day on 8 March.

Oxford Pride celebrate lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer life in Oxfordshire.

Lashings of Ginger Beer are a Queer Feminist Burlesque Collective. Combining songs, dancing, stand-up and sketches, luxe Victoriana drag with thigh-high fetish-boots, upbeat musical theatre optimism with 21st-century political rage, this is music hall for the internet age.

Oxford Women for Peace and Justice is a network of women campaigning on peace, justice and war.

National links

F-Word exists to help encourage a new sense of community among UK feminists, and to show the doubters that feminism still exists here, today, now - and is as relevant to the lives of the younger generation as it was to those in the 60s and 70s.

Abortion Rights is the national pro-choice campaign. We are campaigning to defend and extend women's rights and access to safe, legal abortion.

Black Feminists is a national group of feminists who identify as black and ethnic. 

Feminist Fightback is inspired by the politics of a range of anti-capitalist feminist struggles, and believe that no single oppression can be challenged in isolation from other forms of exploitation that intersect with it.

Queer Resistance is a collective group of queers and their alliance campaigning against austerity. 

Object is an award-winning human rights organisation specifically set up to challenge the sexual objectification of women.

Feminist Wire is an intersectional website coverigg issues such as imperialism, democracy and sustains pro-feminism. 

UK Feminista supports people to campaign for a world where women and men are equal.

Laurie Penny is a feminist journalist and author. She blogs here