Welcome to Royal Holloway’s Feminism Society!
The principal aim of this society is to provide an inclusive environment that raises awareness of and campaigns for intersectional gender equality.

We also seek to:

  • Smash the patriarchy
  • Raise awareness of feminist issues on campus in an approachable and friendly way
  • Implement NUS Women’s campaigns on campus
  • Continue to be actively involved in and put forward motions for SURHUL General meetings
  • Discuss and debate feminist issues in a safe-space
  • Encourage members to actively work towards gender equality
  • Revisit and raise awareness of Royal Holloway’s feminist history
  • Engage and work with other feminist groups on campus, locally, and nationally
  • Provide opportunities for members to develop as activists

Meetings and Events:

Fem Soc holds weekly meetings to discuss and debate issues surrounding feminism. Our meetings thrive on the opinions and experiences of our members regardless of sex, gender, race or sexual orientation. As a result, providing and maintaining an accessible safe-space is of paramount importance. 

As a society we are working to create new opportunities for our members to develop their employability skills and to engage in activism. This includes having writing platforms and providing volunteering opportunities for our members. 

Our meetings are typically held on Thursday evenings 

Our members can stay up-to-date on weekly meetings and events via our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/RoyalHollowayFeminismSociety/

Contacting us:

If you would like to know more about our society, or if you are interested in joining, don’t hesitate to contact us either through Facebook, E-mail, or Twitter.

Deputy Editor elections

This will elect the Deputy editor of the Orbital. This position was not successfully filled in the groups elections period.

1 post is up for election.

Nominations close at 16:00 on Friday 24 July 2020 (in 9 days)

The polls open at 10:00 on Monday 27 July 2020 (in 11 days)

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  • Feminism Standard Membership£2.00

Student Opportunities

  • Student Opportunities Membership 1 Year£8.00
  • Student Opportunities Membership 2 Year£21.00
  • Student Opportunities Membership 3 Year£30.00
BME Representative
Malena Campillay
Disabled Students' Representative
Samantha Miller
Becky Don
Charlton Jenkins
Social Secretary
Elizabeth Fennessy
Neha Bhayani