Ruth Hunt, Katie Ghose, and Sophie Walker could have been powerful advocates for women, yet each of them failed and, instead, stepped down.
Author Jo Bartosch
At the time of writing, not one councillor in any of the areas where the ‘Trans Kids Burn TERFS’ posters are displayed have condemned the message.
If you go down to the library today you could be in for a big surprise. It might have passed you by, but for the past…
Many women encounter harassment and intimidation on a daily basis, but the consequences for its perpetrators are often lukewarm or nonexistent altogether.
Re-framing debate over the Gender Recognition Act as ‘pro’ or ‘anti’ transgender does a disservice to those with legitimate concerns.
A campaigning group, called ‘Get the L Out’, protesting harassment of young lesbians for same-sex attraction are being smeared in the media as marching against ‘against trans women’.
Conflict within the Labour party shows us how a male-oriented focus on gender identity can hurt the feminist movement by ignoring women’s rights.
We need to face up to pornography’s damaging effect on attitudes towards sex and sexual equality, argues Critical Sisters’ Jo Bartosch.
When so much of our lives are determined by sex, the plan by the ONS to eliminate ‘sex’ from the details, is as dismissive of women as it is drastic.