Toxic masculinity is built into the fabric of our urban spaces, writes Leslie Kern, author of new book Feminist City. And the results aren’t just divisive – they can be lethal
It’s time for women to be front and center in the movement for cities.
Read the Transscript of TUMI Podcast Talking Transport Transformation episode 5: Keeping women safe with Elsa Marie D’Silva
Traffic, houses, infrastructure: cities are planned for the needs of men, says urban planner Eva Kail. In Vienna, she has been doing things differently for 30 years.
Many cities are built by men for their needs: The main concern is to get to work efficiently. Bad luck for anyone with a stroller, shopping bags or a wheelchair. Is that the way it has to be?
In India in the 90s cycling started a social movement for women´s rights.
Bicycles empowered the women’s rights movement, which in turn changed the world.