Misogynoir is when racism and misogyny combine. Would we have responded differently if Sarah Everard had been black?
Author: Amy Holdsworth
Amy is studying primary teaching at the University of Hull. She is particularly interested in psychology and cognitive development but also in social issues, including racism, feminism and equality. Amy is not one to shy away from any discussions on this topic, whether with friends, family or acquaintances. She previously studied French and German at the University of Leeds and has also competed in body building contests.
Amy, a student from Yorkshire, describes how it feels to be one of those shielding for so long. “Understandably, people want to get back to normal. What is less understandable is that some are willing to throw others under the bus to get there.”