Last year, comedian Bridget Christie noticed that misogyny, like shiny leggings, had made an unexpected comeback. But did it ever really go away?
Also, what are Tory feminists?
Why did Bic launch the 'Bic for Her' - a pen specifically designed for a woman's hand?
Do we really need to spend £11.99 on a Smooth Groove camel toe solution, and why does the Women's Studies Section in Waterstone's smell of farts? Bridget Christie knows.
Stand-up comedy from 'a writer and performer of prodigious talent' (Guardian).
'Brilliant... has real political bite... a brave comic... hilarious, passionate and insightful' ****, The Arts Desk
'An undeniably spectacular surrealist... deft, hilarious and intelligent' ****, The Skinny
'A bold, barmy yet thoughtful brew... brilliant' ****, Fest
'A masterclass on how to make comedy from a serious subject' *****, Three Weeks
'True, beautiful insanity' Sunday Times
'Her finest moments hit highs of genuine brilliance' *****, Chortle