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Feminism

A current and a former “sextremist” bare all about #MeToo, rape culture and their diverging paths. more

Interviews & Portraits

Novelist Emma Glass on the visceral world of her debut novel Peach. She reads for Literatur:Berlin Festival on Mar 19, 20:00 at Maschinenhaus/Kulturbrauerei. more

What's On

The founding father of British Pop Art spent a year living and working in Berlin in the mid-1970s, giving the Berlinische Galerie an excuse for this colourful spotlight. It's on through May 28. more

Art & Exhibitions

They're grinding sausages, forming motorcycle gangs, masturbating and having man-free babies... our new issue's all about Berlin's empowered women. Plus Kreuzberg vs. Google, your March in culture, entertainment and food, and much more! more

It's almost time for the Berlinale (Feb 15-25)! Prepare yourself with our guide to the festival's controversies and must-sees, plus a look at the women who rule Berlin's indie screens, Germany's first #MeToo outing and much more, on stands now! more

This month, head to the Deutsches Theater’s smaller stages – the 230-seat Kammerspiele and the 80-seat Box – for a trio of relevant works. more

Theatre & Dance

INTERVIEW! Susanne Kennedy gets ready to open a new era at the Volksbühne with the unintentionally timely Women in Trouble, just after #metoo has exploded worldwide. more

Theatre & Dance

INTERVIEW. Bruce LaBruce on his lesbian-separatist film "The Misandrists" and the complexities of queer politics today. Catch it followed by a Q&A with star Susanne Sachse at EXBlicks' PORNBlicks on Dec 26, 20:30. more

Film

Intersectional feminism has hit the Berlin music scene! With the We Make Waves festival and conference on the horizon (Nov 9-11), we looked at initiatives that support female musicians and DJs while inviting other marginalised groups to the party. more

Culture

INTERVIEW! Comedian Adrienne Truscott takes back the rape joke in Asking For It. See how she does it Sep 14-15 at Sophiensaele's The Future is Female comedy festival. more

Theatre & Dance

Tuesday night was ladies night, as we caught an ILB Special event on feminism featuring Singaporean author Amanda Lee Koe and the German/Indian journalist, cultural scientist and author Mithu Sanyal. more

Opinion

Summer dance festival Tanz im August is back (Aug 11-Sep 2) at venues all over the city. Don't miss a retrospective of Spanish dancer and performance artist La Ribot (highlighted here) and read on for our editor's picks of what to see. more

Theatre & Dance

Break out the birthday cake: Exberliner is 15 years old! And to celebrate, we've gathered up the best articles, interviews, rants, confessions and more from the past decade and a half of Berlin in English. And more, on stands now! more

Features

Need a shot of estrogen to counteract the pure masculinity of Rummelsnuff? June has you covered and then some. Here's our festival guide. more

, Concerts & Parties

Today's International Women's Day! In honour of that here's the tale of Louise Schroeder, Berlin's only female mayor, and a question: why hasn’t a woman governed Berlin in the 65 years since? more

, Interviews & Portraits

This Wednesday is International Women's Day and in honor of that, we tip our hat to the hardworking ladies of Berlin's electronic music scene. Read about it here and then join in the conversation at the Music Pool Berlin evening at Aquarium. more

Culture

British director Katie Mitchell puts women’s experiences centre stage at the Schaubühne for the sixth time. Catch her take on Elfriede Jelinek's Shadows (Eurydice speaks) with English surtitles Dec 2 and 3 at Schaubühne. more

Theatre & Dance

Our new series kicks off with four films from feminist Berliner Tatjana Turanskyj on Nov 26 at Lichtblick Kino. Starting with 2010's Eine flexible Frau (Drifter), the series continues through Nov 29. more

Film

Watch four women take on the patriarchy in rural India in "Parched", a heartfelt depiction of female friendship. more

Film

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Emerson is a human rights activist, a mum of three and wife of US Ambassador John B. Emerson. Emerson speaks at Women & Leadership: The Path Ahead on Wed, Oct 12, 7pm at the VW Forum. more

Interviews & Portraits

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