This is the official website for Bristol University’s Feminist Society. Founded in 2009 and winning Best New Society and Campaign Event of the Year in 2010, we’ve quickly grown to be one of the University’s largest activist societies. Join us in our campaign for liberation, equality and justice as we continue into another year of going from strength to strength.

The aim of our society is to raise awareness of feminist and intersectional issues and campaign for the end of the systemic inequalities which facilitate and catalyse them. Whether issues affect billions or solely Bristol, we hope to combat inequality in as many big and small ways as we can. We want our society to provide a safe space suitable where members of oppressed and marginalised groups (and their allies) can openly discuss feminism, co-ordinate activist efforts and create a supportive and caring community.

We also have a magazine called That’s What She Said. Publishing articles online and in a termly print magazine, TWSS offers a space to rant, rave and smash the patriarchy. TWSS features a wide variety of opinion pieces, interviews, commentaries, reviews, creative pieces and illustrations. Submissions are welcome from all Bristol University Feminist Society members. To pitch an idea or illustration, get in touch via twss.magazine@gmail.com. To keep up with all the latest posts and events, follow @TWSSMagazine on Twitter and Instagram and like us on Facebook.

Find past editions of TWSS here: http://issuu.com/uobfemsoc

As if its role as a platform for engaging with the discourse of an important cause isn’t enough, Bristol’s iFemSoc is a fantastic social opportunity, offering you the chance to meet like-minded people who have also chosen to join a community which revolves around support, justice and progress.


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