It’s safe to say September has been a whirlwind from start to finish. We witnessed the death of our longest reigning female monarch, the first state funeral of the century on UK soil, to women overseas fighting for their right to choose.

We understand if you’re feeling bombarded, dazed, and overall confused by the amount that has happened over the past month. Luckily for you, we’ve put together a simple list of stories from September concerning all things female! #InCaseYouMissedIt

Protests continue in Iran prompted by 22 year old Mahsa Amini’s death in police custody.
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12 women pulled the state gun carriage at the queens funeral – a task which no women had ever been previously assigned for a state funeral. Read the full story here.


Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng released the ‘mini-budget’. It has been criticised for benefitting men over women. Read why here.


Jodie Comer won the “Best West End Debut Performer” award for her performance in Prima Facie. She admitted that she spent a lot of her life feeling as if theatre was “unattainable” because she did not go to drama school. Read more here:


Record breaking numbers attend the Women’s Super League. 27,574 flocked to see Liverpool vs Everton, while Arsenal vs Tottenham saw a crowd of 47,367. Find out more here. 


Rihanna announced she will headline the Super Bowl half-time show in February 2023. She had previously declined the 2019 show. Read more here

With so much going on in the world, let our #incaseyoumissed it spot bring you up to speed on newsworthy stories from around the world concerning all things female. To keep up to date with all that’s going up, follow us on Instagram, Twitter @TheWomensOrg, and Facebook.